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Cleveland Cavs making a shamockery out of the English language after Mo Williams misses out on All-Star nod

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dictonary.jpgThe Cleveland Cavaliers are using a unique way to express their anger over guard Mo Williams being passed over for an All-Star selection.

They're making up words.

""Ben Wallace was right when he called Mo originally being passed over for the All-Star Game a shamockery," Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert said in a tongue-in-cheek e-mail to The Associated Press. "But not naming him as the natural and obvious replacement for the unfortunately injured Jameer Nelson is stupidiculous, idillogical and preposterageous."
They do have a point. This whole thing is obstentingulous and boguduxical.

Stern doesn't pick Williams as reserve     (ESPN)

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