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New Wiz Martell Webster had to sleep in his car at the airport. [USAT Sports]
Why Webster should start over Trevor Ariza at SF [Bullets Forever]
(The Wiz season starts in Cleveland tonight, by the way. I had no idea.)
Redskins have no reason to keep DeAngelo Hall around. [NFC East Blog]
A man ran the Marine Corps Marathon in a full RGIII uniform. [Bog]
Decisions the O’s have to make this week with free agents. [O's Insider]
The O’s list of top 10 prospects led by Bundy, Gausman. [Baseball America]
On Maryland’s offense with new freshman-LB-turned-QB Shawn Petty. [TT]
This shirtless horse mask-wearing fellow is a Sandy superstar. [DCist]
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Washington Wizards guard Martell Webster reminded us over the weekend that professional athletes have real-life problems too. Webster arrived at Dulles International Airport in Northern Virginia early Saturday morning with his teammates and realized he was missing something very important — his car keys. According to the Washington Post, Webster left his keys in Kansas City but...
What does an NBA player do when he gets off a plane and realizes he left his keys in another city? If you're Martell Webster, you take refuge in your vehicle.
Expect Martell Webster to now check his pockets twice before going anywhere.
Webster, who is gearing up for his first season with the Wizards, forgot his car keys in Kansas City, Mo., before flying home, which forced the seven-year veteran to sleep in his car upon landing, according to The Washington Post.
Webster reportedly was able to get into his car thanks...
Jason WhitneyWizards’ Martell Webster forgot his keys, so he had to sleep in his car for two hours
Washington Wizards guard Martell Webster probably won’t be making the mistake of forgetting his keys again. After flying to Dulles International Airport in Northern Virginia on Saturday, Webster went to his car to head home. One problem though, he left his keys in Kansas City, Mo...
After returning home, Washington Wizards guard Martell Webster found himself without a way home, so he took matters into his own hands, as the NBA player slept in his car at the airport.According to the Washington Post, who talked to Webster, the Wizards guard arrived in Washington D.C.'s Dulles International Airport on Saturday. Webster went on to tell the newspaper that he...