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Final home game approaching for Fever

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KENNEWICK, Wash. --  Saturday night is the final home game of the season for the Tri-Cities Fever, set to take on the Wyoming Cavalry for the fourth time this season. Wyoming is 1-11. Of course its only win of the season came against Tri-Cities. No surprises this time around. Just a chance for the 2013 Fever to put on one last show at Toyota Center. 

"It's almost like your playing against your peers, guys you practice against. It's, we see there guys, like you said we've seen them four times, you feel like you know them, personally," quarterback Dante Warren said.

"I don't think we're going to be showing a lot of different stuff, when you play each other 4 times there's not a lot of secrets left," head coach Adam Shackleford added.

"It's like we know each other, you kind of earn a respect from certain guys over there that play their hearts out despite their record," defensive back Donyae Coleman admitted.

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