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Date:9/20/2014 7:32:45 PM
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"Think QUICK"
RB says as he drops off the rim, wings out and ready to block the Globe Trotter Snowflake.

"Okay, Chick-O, bring it on." Snowflake tries to get around RB but he's covering her like cornbread on a corn-dog. S backs up as she dribbles her way towards the hoop, crowding RB who's trying not to give an inch but finds himself tipping over. With feet up in the air, he sees Snowflake leap for the shot, hears the ball bang its way from the backdrop down through the hoop then hears SF whoop and holler as she does a little victory dance, all while RB lays on the concrete beneath the net. A little white and gray wing reaches out and offers to pull RB up. "That's not the broken wing, is it? Don't wanna be hurtin' a wing that's just healed up."

RB accepts the offer of a tug up off the ground, the scoops up the ball and quick, leaps, arching the ball right into the basket. "Score!"
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