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When you're so focused that...

This is Kyle Lowry.

He likes to be focused before and during games to the point that he leaves the poor security guard hanging! And yes, they can eliminate the Heat during tonight's game and move on to the conference finals. I am sure with that kind of focus, Lowry can pull off another amazing night and move on.
But Wade might get you tonight so watch out Canada!
PS: The security guard probably thinks you're not even that good.
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Man, I wonder if that security guard just chills against the wall and fistbumps people all day.
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HAHAHAHAHAHAAH the look on the cop's face!
Well I guess that is why they beat the Heat today!
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