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Just when you thought that Washington Wizards guard John Wall had finally reached his tattoo limit, it appears that Mr. Wall has added a new piece of ink.
Recently, a tattoo artist named Randy Harris posted an image of a brand-new owl tattoo that Wall got in his store “Tattoo’s By Randy” in Jonesboro, Georgia to his Instagram account:
Huh, I guess that John has no time for sleep….
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John Wall and the Washington Wizards have finally acquired their much coveted stretch 4. Veteran forward Al Harrington flew in to the District today to perform a physical and subsequently signed a year deal worth the league minimum, which is approximately $1.4 million. Washington Post’s Michael Lee reported that Harrington had contacted John Wall last […]The post Al Harrington...
Washington Wizards guard John Wall is known for his tattoos and his desire to get more. He’s been wasting no time this summer in adding more ink to his collection. So much so that his tattoo artist Randy has been traveling with him to do the work.
One of the instagram photos says “today LA, tomorrow the A’”. I’m not a huge fan of tattoos but this is a pretty damn good...
Washington Wizards point guard John Wall just finished up a massive new owl tattoo on his right side that reads "No Time For Sleep." Thoughts of his new ink?
The desires of John Wall and Coach Randy Wittman to add a power forward who can stretch the floor from the perimeter may soon be met. According to multiple sources with knowledge of the situation veteran free agent big man Al Harrington will arrive in Washington on Tuesday for a physical and is “close” to signing a one-year deal for veterans minimum of $1.4 million with the Wizards...
ESPN’s Marc Stein reported late last night that the Wizards are on Al Harrington’s radar as a potential landing spot. The veteran stretch 4 was released by the Orlando Magic earlier this month and is one of the top available free agents. But as is the case with most Wizards’ transactions, the signing of Harrington […]The post Wizards are on Al Harrington’s radar, could...
During his career Al Harrington has proven that he can be a strong piece in a winning puzzle; he just needs the right fit.
Will that opportunity come via John Wall and the Washington Wizards?
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Al Harrington will be in Washington DC Tuesday for a physical Sources say the Washington Wizards are close to signing free agent forward Al Harrington. The possible stretch four has had to deal with injuries the past several years but when he’s healthy he has always been a solid player in the NBA. The Wizards have been searching for a stretch four candidate through free agency...
The Washington Wizards have signed veteran forward Al Harrington.
The Wizards are Harrington's seventh NBA team as he enters his 16th season. He's averaged 13.7 points and 5.7 rebounds in 947 career games.
Harrington played in only 10 games with the Orlando Magic last season because of a right knee injury.
Wizards President Ernie Grunfeld said Wednesday that Harrington...
What’s been reported for days finally became official Wednesday with the Washington Wizards announcing that they’ve signed forward Al Harrington.
Harrington’s signing addresses the Wizards need for a scoring punch off the bench.
“Al’s all-around game and reputation as a leader make him a solid fit with our team” said Wizards President Ernie Grunfeld. “He will give...
Ever since NBA Center Jason Collins made his historic announcement a couple months ago, the question has been asked, will he actually play? Yes, we’ve broken through now to have an openly gay male athlete in one of the major team sports. Jason Collins the social trail blazer is accomplished and accepted. But what about Jason Collins the NBA five?
He hasn’t set foot in a NBA locker...
Pending a physical, 14-year NBA veteran, Al Harrington, will indeed join the Washington Wizards and is already going on record saying the team will “definitely” make the playoffs this season.
According to Michael Lee, The Washington Post:
“I’m excited and I feel like this team is definitely going to make the playoffs,” Harrington said in a telephone interview late Monday...
According to The Washington Post, NBA forward Al Harrington has signed with the Washington Wizards. The terms of the deal were not released by the team. The expectation is that [...]
Once he made the decision last Saturday that he wanted to join the Wizards veteran free agent forward Al Harrington shared the news with John Wall via text message.
“The first thing he said was ‘Help me get to the playoffs’ ” Harrington recalled Wall telling him.
Harrington is confident that he can help Wall make the playoffs for the first time in his career — and also...