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This might not be how Charlotte Bobcats center Al Jefferson planned it, but playing the Miami Heat suits him just fine. "It's gonna be a dog fight playing against the defending champions," Jefferson said after Wednesday's 91-86 overtime victory over the Chicago Bulls.

2014 NBA playoffs: Yes, the Miami Heat is outstanding. But Wednesday was a night not to worry about what could happen. It was a night to celebrate what the Charlotte Bobcats did.

You think D.J. Augustin enjoys scoring on the Bobcats? He definitely left Charlotte with hard feelings toward the team that drafted him. His comeback has been something else with the Chicago Bulls.

And now begins the second season.


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