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Gilbert’s D.C home, complete with sharks, on the market. [Deadspin]
Nats sweep Mets on a stone gem from Stephen Strasburg. [WaPo]
Nats tie their totals for ‘08 and ‘09 with one more win. [Nats Blog]
Jayson Werth may return next week, play center. [Nats Journal]
Take a look at the bat “Bryce Harper” sent Ozzie Guillen. [Bog]
O’s pounded by Rays 10-1, have lost three straight. [Camden Chat]
Why the O’s shouldn’t be buyers at the trade deadline. [Krem's]
Cal Ripken’s mom was actually abducted and returned. [The Sun]
Osi Umenyiora prefers you call RGIII “Bob Griffin.” [The Insider]
Brandon Meriweather pleads no contest to DWI. [The Insider]
Here’s a projection for the Skins’ 53-man roster. [Hogs Haven]
Ten good prop bets for the 2012 Redskins. [Hogs Haven]
Maryland football did consider black turf, according to Edsall. [Bog]
A good look at what the new turf field actually looks like. [SBNDC]
BEST OF MAXIM
Gilbert, Gilbert, Gilbert. Where to begin. Back in 2008 he was wrapping up the prime of his career, and the Wizards were actually a decent team. Arenas probably got on his high horse, started dropping millions into this place and before he knew it, it was 2012 and he was struggling to find an NBA team. That’s right about the time these morons realize that million dollar pool might...
Gilbert Arenas, former NBA player and soon to be former mansion owner.Photo Credit: Keith Allison/flickr.com
Gilbert Arenas may have been signed to the worst contract in NBA history (and it wasn’t even the most Washington offered him), and having 111 million dollars has its perks. For example, Arenas owns a luxurious mansion with shark tanks and a Playboy Mansion-like grotto....
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By Payton Wales
Gilbert Arenas left Washington D.C. with a ton of special memories: a humorous -- for a time -- blog, gun charges, a celebratory gun dance for the gun charges, a how-to-treat-your-blind-date tutorial via Twitter, a lot of fun via Twitter. Oh, and did I mention gun charges? But nothing could have been more valuable than...