Found January 04, 2012 on Washington Post:
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The Wizards typically don’t practice after back-to-back games, but Coach Flip Saunders decided to have a short practice on Tuesday in Orlando with the team still in need of its first win. Saunders was pleased with the effort his team the night before in Boston, where the Wizards lost, 100-92, and had to go the final 46 minutes, 46 seconds after he received two technical fouls and got ejected for arguing a non-call on Rashard Lewis. Read full article >>
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