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Lakers 109, Magic 106 - Smush Parker broke out of his shell and dropped 26 on Orlando at Staples in a squeaker where the Lakers came out on top.

But as we were at the game all we kept thinking about was there's no way the Dodgers will be able to keep the right field pavilion all-you-can-eat all season.

An average man is able to eat three Dodger Dogs, an order of nachos, a large Coke, and a some sort of frozen desert no problem. But sit that man in the outfield on a pleasant evening and bro could possibly double that with a little peer pressure.

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Now a car full of stoners might go through four orders of nachos before they even got to the second inning.

And then theres the obese, and the hungry, and the show-offs, and the competitive eaters - what will be more fun than to eat a lot while watching people eat a lot?

Our only question is, will there be Kosher Dogs out there in right field? Better be.

AP photo by Mark J. Terrill