Found February 09, 2013 on Razzball Basketball:
Martell Webster continues to light the east coast on fire from downtown, while much of the coast is being covered in snow. That Webster is so hot right now! Friday night, he scored 16 points, adding 4 rebounds, 2 assists, 3 steals and hit 3 shots from the arc.  Over the past week, Marty is averaging 17.5 points, 4.0 rebounds, 2.3 asts, 1.3 steals and and an insane 4.0 three-pointers made a game. FOUR! Sure it’s a small sample size, but Webster’s dictionary defines Martell as one who is stupidly hot from the field over the past week;  one who’s been seeing over 40 minutes a night; and one big part of the Wizards 3 game win streak. Yeah, the Wizards have winning streak! Do you believe in Magic? Expelliarmus! Even with the return of Bradley Beal (3 points, 4 rebounds in 18 minutes), Webster should see plenty of time from here on out. He’s just 21% owned in most leagues, and as long as he’s this deadly from downtown, he needs to be owned all over. We should call him the Dictionary, beca...
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