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Andray Blatche may have missed out on his first NBA paycheck of the season last week – and might lose out on $6.4 million if the NBA lockout wipes out the 2011-12 campaign – but that hasn’t stopped him from trying to make Thanksgiving special for some families in need. Blatche plans to join Roger Mason Jr. and the National Basketball Players Association on Tuesday to hand out 100 turkeys on a first-come-first-serve basis at the Laurel Boys and Girls Club from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
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Even if the NBA season went according to schedule, the Wizards weren’t set to appear on ABC. But somehow, Nick Young and JaVale McGee have managed to make their way on to “Good Morning America” for … what else? Being silly.
Young and McGee have been chronicling lockout life with their YouTube series, “The Nick and JaVale Show.” So far, they’ve rapped at Benihana,...
The Washington Post's Michael Lee has followed up on a recent report by Yahoo's Adrian Wojnarowski that claimed Kevin Garnett and Wizards rookie Jordan Crawford went face-to-face during a recent pick-up game.
Here are some excerpts from the two reports:
On this day, everyone was still buzzing over Washington Wizards guard Jordan Crawford’s mistake of talking too much...
Previously on That NBA Lottery Pick, we featured Washington Wizards Nick Young and JaVale McGee rapping as part of their new web series, "The Nick & JaVale Show".In this recent episode, the two take the cinnamon challenge and feel the results of it:(Courtesy of Sportress of Blogitude)
Who is the Wizards franchise leader is assists per game?
If you think you know the answer to that question, scroll down to take The Post’s D.C. sports trivia quiz. It’s 30 questions long and focuses on the D.C. area’s major pro sports team, past and present. All but three of the questions were submitted by readers a little more a week ago.
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There seems to be an uncanny (no pun intended) resemblance between Washington Wizards Nick Young, and annoying host/rapper/actor/DJ/husband Nick Cannon. Whether it’s with the buzz cut, the corn rows, or the afro they’re still dopplegangers, there’s no way around it. And coincidentally they both have the same name! What are the odds!?
President Barack Obama’s all-star campaign fundraising game p picked up some more big name supporters on Tuesday, as NBA legend Magic Johnson and Paul Pierce were added to the roster of participants. Dwight Howard, though, withdrew from the game, which will be held Dec. 12 in the District, and has been replaced by none other than ... Wizards restricted free agent and Senegalese...