Written by Abel Rodriguez
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Tuesday, 26 March 2013

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Charles "The Fat Bro" Barkley says that he loves two things; buffalo wings and betting on basketball games.

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina - The Charlotte Bobcats who have a 17-54 record and the Orlando Magic who have an 18-54 record are each trying their very best to keep away from the NBA cellar.

Sports Balls Illustrated Daily has just announced that there are literally hundreds of Bobcat and Magic fans who are placing bets through the Internet.

One Charlotte fan identified as Burgess Butterbird of Raleigh, North Carolina, has said that he has placed a $400 bet with Uriah Lewdenliffle III, of Apalachicola, Florida, who is one of the staunchest Magic fans in Magic Land.

Another Bobcat fan named Edison Jefferson of Charlotte disclosed to Sinclair Petaluma with SBID that if the Magic end up with a better record than the Bobcats he will give each member of the Orlando cheerleaders $200.

He then told Petaluma that if the Bobcats end up with a better record than the Magic then he will get to go out with the Orlando cheerleader of his choice.

SIDENOTE: Sinclair Petaluma commented that Charles "The Fat Bro" Barkley, who is an avid sports bettor, said that he is rooting for the Charlotte Bobcats and revealed that he has made a $10,000 bet with Vice-President Joe Biden who is a big Orlando Magic fan.

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