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Looking to do a 4 for 2 deal

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Looking to do a 4 for 2 deal

so let me know if your interested in doing one.


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how about Petyerson,

how about Petyerson, Johnson, Fitz, and Mcnabb, for Fasano whos torn it up so far (-1 points) and Dehlome?

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how about

a soda and kit kat bar for peyton and romo.

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im bout to start sending offers

&$#%#&@! it here i go.

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we know u wanna do 4 for 2,

we know u wanna do 4 for 2, but no one wants it

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man if this were a league

man if this were a league scoring whoever can get the most negatives you would trade your whole team for Dehlome and Fasano. think about it who would be better than them except maybe Jamrcus Russell.

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we know u wanna do 4 for 2,

we know u wanna do 4 for 2, but no one wants it

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That’s assuming Howard does

That’s assuming Howard does stay as a long-term Laker. If he did indeed decide to leave after a year, the Lakers could have in the neighborhood of $46.7 million in spending power in 2014 and/or even more in 2015.

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There’s no question that

There’s no question that Thabeet can play the game of basketball. After all, we’re talking about one of college basketball’s most dominant centers from 2008-09. He averaged a respectable 13.6 points to go with his 10.8 rebounds as a junior, but it was primarily the 152 shots he blocked in his third year at UCONN that earned him the attention of the Memphis Grizzlies, who used the second overall pick of the 2009 NBA Draft to acquire him.

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"You want to get back on the

"You want to get back on the court as fast as you can," Horford said. "He just wanted to make sure I felt right, I felt comfortable and I appreciated that because it helped me get back sooner and helped me feel more confident on the court as a player."

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