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The W - Basketball - "Never Give Up"
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Our new owner George Shinn (Hornets) has decided to write a book called "Never Give Up" due out this fall.

If this is suppose to talk about how Charlotte ditched him(Shinn) then why did Shinn give up on Charlotte. I mean if Shinn really wanted to stay in Charlotte and Charlotte wanted Shinn out then why did Shinn give up and move down south?

This man brings his team here tells us never to give up and fires Silas for Floyd.

I still don't understand this man.

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Big Bad

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"Will There Ever Be A Rainbow?" was already taken, so I guess "Never Give Up" is as good as anything.

I guess the moral of the book is that even if everyone in a city thinks you're an asshole, you shouldn't give up. Truly inspirational.

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Jim Valvano should be ready to give this guy a karmic ass-kicking any time now...

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Was thinking the same thing about Valvano. By the way I still get a lil emotional watching that speech and seeing the replays of Jim on ESPy's. Kinda funny how I couldnt stand him as a kid (UNC fan here) but now have so much respect for what he has done in life and in death

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