Found January 04, 2012 on Washington Post:
The Wizards are 0-5, and will likely go to 0-6 for the first time in franchise history. John Wall is third in the league in turnovers per game. Knowing those two facts, I should have figured that this would be a nice time for Colin Cowherd to check in again with the Wizards second-year point guard. Yes, that’s right, I’ll be offering more free publicity to the ESPN Radio employee person, because it’s more fun than reviewing YouTube footage to see if any saliva passed from Alex Ovechkin’s lips. Read full article >>
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