Found October 03, 2012 on
I caught up with PG Jannero Pargo at Wizards Media Day. Just getting into town after agreeing to terms with Washington, Pargo talked about his opportunity to contribute in the wake of John Wall’s injury.
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With Wall out for 8 weeks, the Wizards had to make a move. And that move is Jannero Pargo. The agreement is a 1yr deal at the vet’s min but only until Wall returns. Which kinda sucks for Pargo, but work is work I guess.
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