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Youtube user KingKoltAir put together a JaVale McGee Top 8 dumb Plays video for the Washington Wizards' center. And KingKoltAir's countdown goes 8, 6, 6...you cannot make this stuff up.
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A play-by-play for this sequence from Monday night: The Wizards are on a fast break. JaVale McGee runs up the middle of the court. JaVale McGee doesn’t know where the ball is, gets hit in the face on a pass intended for him, turns ball over. JaVale McGee sulks and doesn’t bother getting back on defense. The Wizards force another turnover. JaVale McGee, still on the other end...
Washington Wizards center JaVale McGee had another embarrassing moment on the court Monday night when he was hit in the face with the ball...on a pass from point guard John Wall.
After shaking out the cobwebs on the offensive end, McGee did get an easy dunk after a teammate stole a San Antonio Spurs pass on the defensive end. However, it was hardly a measure of redemption as...
JaVae McGee is having an interesting year with the Washington Wizards. At the top of the season, his mother felt as if the team wasn’t developing him as a player and making him a priority. But what about JaVale’s contribution to the team. Check out the top 8 “dumbest plays” by JaVale this season. Hey, [...]
For those of you looking for your daily Washington Wizards lowlight, you have come to the right place as center JaVale McGee unfortunately took a ball to the face during last night's game against the San Antonio Spurs:Sure, he got the dunk but was it worth it? Probably not.
Javale McGee informed the Wizards that he will be seeking a contract this offseason that pays him an annual average of approximately $14 million.
A couple days ago, we posted a clip of Trail Blazers star Marcus Camby failed alley-oop against the Boston Celtics.That wasn't the only failed alley-oop of the weekend as Wizards Trevor Booker tried to throw a pass to JaVale McGee and came up short of completing it:
This is really getting ridiculous. We shouldn't be talking so much about a 9-30 team. But the bozo-ic activity in Chocolate City is nearing a historic level. JaVale McGee has already locked up Bozo of the Year, and is in contention for Bozo of Life. Nick Young is airballing layups. Jan Vesely is tongue-kissing his girl on Draft night. Andray Blatche is doing Andray Blatche...
Former San Antonio Spurs guard Roger Mason Jr. played two years in San Antonio, resuscitating a career that landed him everywhere from Washington to Chicago to Toronto to Jerusalem.After acquiring Mason in what many called a free agent steal before the 2008-09 season, the Spurs gave Mason the biggest role he had ever had and a 10 minute playing time increase, something Mason says...
It seems that almost every other day, Washington Wizards center JaVale McGee does something that you haven't seen before.During last night's game against the Dallas Mavericks, McGee missed an alley-oop dunk from John Wall and proceeded to run into Mavericks center Brendan Haywood in transition: (Courtesy of DC Sports Bog)
DALLAS (AP) -- Dirk Nowtizki scored 27 points, Jason Terry had 24 and the Dallas Mavericks got a much-needed victory, beating the Washington Wizards 107-98 on Tuesday night.
The defending NBA champions had lost eight of their previous 10 games. That included three road losses in three nights before a welcome two-day break leading into consecutive home games against the league'...
After the San Antonio Spurs (26-13) went into the NBA All-Star break on such a high note, the Spurs have been struggling since. They’re 2-3 since the break, have dropped three home games (15-4) in less than two weeks, and are 6-4 in their last 10 games overall.
The Spurs will be glad to welcome back All-Star point guard Tony Parker as he returns from a minor injury that sidelined...
Wizards vs Mavericks, March 13, 2012 – American Airlines Center, Dallas
“They scored whenever they wanted to, until we started playing defense in the second half.”
Those were the words of Washington Wizards point guard John Wall after his team was defeated Monday evening by the San Antonio Spurs 112-97 at the AT&T Center.
Wall (12 points) was right, the Spurs outscored the Wizards 63-49 in the first half, as the Wizards allowed the Spurs to...