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If you want to smoke,that's your choice. Why must you blow your exhaust my way?
What about smoking don't I get? I wanted to watch football. I opened my windows. It smelled like a septic tank. Why is this OK?
Until tonight, when I opened my windows, didn't realize neighbors were smokers. Not cool.
The fact that Chip Kelly looks as old as Tom Coughlin says a lot about football.
The woman who voices SIRI followed me yesterday. Shouldn't that come with a guarantee I'll never get lost?
Perspective: This is an SEC third quarter.
Bills are the Bills. Pats are the Pats. Never confuse.
Shula is so "creative" when other team lets Olsen release near goal line.
Panthers got back their best running back today. Auburn guy. Thinks he wears No. 1.
Sure doesn't look like just another game for Kuechly.
Crossed-off narratives: "Coaches won't let Cam be Cam..."
Kuechly pours water on head during break. Deep, hidden meaning??!! (Insert Newton and towel).
Everybody loves that secondary now...
Might be wrong time for Harper to talk smack.
Lance Stephenson seemed to be moving fine at practice, so he should be a go tomorrow night against the Magic.
Steve Clifford said Gerald Henderson (hamstring) hopes to play again either Friday (Wiz) or Sunday (Bulls).
Lance Stephenson back at Hornets practice Sunday after missing Friday exhibition with a cut on a small toe.
First home exhibition under the Hornets brand Monday night vs. the Magic. http://t.co/2GZ4cUTR98
First Beal, now Durant. So prominent injuries already in the NBA that won't heal fast.
I can be a smart-aleck about Bristol's self-importance. But 30-for-30 is the best of many good things ESPN does.
Well that was all pretty weird and entertaining.
Not so sure that's your best play when you absolutely must score. Don't you want options?
USC with some horrible tackling. And now Arizona down 2.
Most entertaining thing at the track was Jeff Gordon breaking up with laughter, watching Matt Kenseth turn from Bruce Banner to the Hulk.
Go follow my lil bro @dedication_24 he up next! Keep Grinding..
Kyle Larson has been terrific last few weeks.
Sounds like the wrist injury Wizards guard Bradley Beal suffered against the Hornets Friday could put him out for a while.
What's a bigger surprise? That Tar Heels lead Notre Dame 14-0 or that any UNC opponent has zero.
Whenever I help out on racing, I'm struck by the omnipresence of golf carts. The ratio of carts to fans right now is about 1.2:1
If you trade in your car you lose your right to say how that car is used. In same way Hornets have little say in preseason TV.
The Hornets (like most teams) sell their TV rights. Then it becomes the Fox RSN's call whether to televise preseason games.
I read a lot of frustration from fans that they can't watch Hornets games in preseason. It's really not their call.
Just got home and baseball sure looks interesting right now.
Hornets 22-point third-quarter lead down to 13 with 5:40 left.
Hairston is now 3-of-3 from 3-point range. Kemba looking for him.
Shot clock....(been a while)
Hornets have a 22-point lead with just under 5 minutes left in the 3rd quarter.
Marvin Williams hits a 3. He's 2-of-9 from 3-point range in the preseason.
Hornets are 8-of-16 tonight from 3-point range.
Wizards' Bradley Beal will miss second half with a sprained left wrist.
Marvin Williams 0-of-4, 0-of-2 from 3-point range.
As Diaw and Vukevic demonstrated last season, Big Al has more trouble with the beefy guys than the leapers.
DuJuan Blair taking it to Big Al in the post right now.
Second airball for Big Al on baseline jumper.
Glen Rice Jr., fouls Jannero Pargo from the 3-point line. Bad, bad judgment on that one.
Teeny-tiny backcourt right now with Brian Roberts and Jannero Pargo.
Jannero Pargo about to make his first preseason appearance.
Cody Zeller does a stretch-four thing, hits a 20-footer.
Neal also had 2 rebounds, 2 assists and a steal that quarter.
Hornets led 28-17 end of first. Gary Neal has 13 points and has made three of four 3-pointers.
Hornets hold Wizards to 17 points and 5-of-20 shooting 1st quarter. Sounds like Clifford made his point Thursday about caring about defense.
Neal has 11 points in 10 minutes.
Hairston's second foul.
Back-to-back 3s from P.J.
Then the rook answers with a 3 from Kemba.
Paul Pierce immediately draws a shooting foul off P.J. Hairston. Welcome to the show, rook.
Al Jefferson took a 10-foot baseline jumper. Unfortunately it traveled 12 feet.
Neal with eight of the Hornets' first 14 points.
Gary Neal with a 3-pointer and a feed of Al Jefferson early. He's clearly having the best Hornets preseason so far.
Steve Clifford said Stephenson will hopefully be back for Sunday's practice. He has a deep cut on a small toe.
Lance Stephenson has a cut on his small toe that will keep him out of tonight's exhibition against the Wizards.
I hear Lance Stephenson is out tonight with some sort of toe issue.
Headed to Greenville for Hornets-Wizards. Quite curious how Hornets will perform defensively after how bad they were in Philly Wednesday.
You have to fight through some bad days to earn the best days of your life!!
Who could have imagined this? A lopsided Thursday Night game.
That play is a wow
Heisman Trophy candidate Todd Gurley, from Tarboro, suspended indefinitely by Georgia for alleged NCAA rules violations.
Hornets rookie Noah Vonleh (sports hernia) played 1-on-1 yesterday and today. If no setbacks he could start 5-on-5 next week.
Hornets rookie Noah Vonleh now cleared to cut in one-on-one drills. Promising sign in his return from a sports hernia.
Final thought: Vonleh couldn't play and Hairston hardly impressed, yet I suspect that won't be a bad draft for the Hornets.
Email from homeowners association: Pesticide spraying tomorrow. If this was Twitter, it'd be fun to reply "So, um, no lawn licking tmw?"
My Sunday story on chemistry is kinda what happened tonight: You can't assume shuffling everything only changes your flaws.
Tonight will work in the Hornets' favor: A reminder they're far from talented enough to take defense for granted.
Final: Sixers 106, Hornets 92
Noel puts up a lot of shots, many of them dubious.
Gary Neal is 5-of-8 from the field for Hornets-high 14 points. Steve Clifford said he had the best training camp in Asheville.
Gary Neal takes a charge on JaKarr Sampson. He is 23 pounds lighter.
Casper Ware three-quarters court heave for a 3 at the quarter. Entering fourth quarter, Sixers lead Hornets 84-68.
Kemba Walker draws a T late in third quarter.
A little "Born Ready" heat-up last couple possessions.
Hey, look at it this way: I've yet to tweet "shot clock" in the Hornets era.
Hornets starters a combined 12-of-39 from the field.
Sixers center Henry Sims playing like he's ticked Bobcats didn't bring him to training camp a year ago.