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Thanks to the realm of Instagram, we learn new things about our favorite NBA players on a daily basis.
In this post, Washington Wizards forward Martell Webster decided to post a video for himself tossing a pillow at one of his daughter’s on Instagram.
Watch as Martell gets her not once but twice:
Webster image courtesy of Getty Images
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Marcin Gortat of the Wizards is a human highlight reel, at least for things like this. Check out the young man doing his best Hulk Hogan impression. [Anath Pandian] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
What shall I write about this morning? Bradley Beal on the fast track to becoming a superstar? Ernie Grunfeld lighting a fire in Jan Vesely when he chose not to pick up his rookie option? The Cavs seeming to have the Wizards number or another late game collapse by the Wizards. Last night was such […]The post Could the Wizards be on the cusp of a season turnaround? appeared first...
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Martell Webster had it in for his old team Tuesday night in the nation's capital.
The former Timberwolves reserve shooting guard, now a small forward for Washington, drilled a go-ahead 3-pointer from the left wing with 42.9 seconds left to ice what ranks as the most disappointing setback in Minnesota's young season. Facing a team that came in with a 2-7 mark and a propensity...
Marcin Gortat, upset after picking up his fourth foul during the third quarter of Friday’s game in Toronto, rips a gatorade towel into two pieces and throws it on the floor.
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One thing that we learn about Washington Wizards center Marcin Gortat in this Vine clip is that you shouldn’t make him angry.
During the second half of the Wizards/Raptors game in Toronto, Marcin is seen holding a towel on the sidelines and watch as he rips the towel right in half:
Don’t get Marcin angry, you wouldn’t like him when he’s angry….
Gortat image courtesy of Getty Images
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Marcin Gortat fails at an attempt of The Dream Shake, Nicky Young throws a very bad inbounds pass at Pau Gasol’s back and more in Week 3 of Shaqtin’ A Fool:
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Marcin Gortat talked with the media about Washington's slow start to the season, not having the focus needed in games, frustration of team over a tough road loss, trying to adjust to his new team and how the team can turn things around.
Washington was short-handed, but valiant. No Trevor Ariza (hamstring). No Al Harrington (knee). Unfortunately, the guys who remained had no answer for Cleveland’s Kyrie Irving. Irving scored nine of his game-high 41 points in overtime to lead Cleveland to a win at Washington.
Washington shot 39.8% from the floor, and garnered 47 rebounds, 22 assists on 37 baskets...
The Washington Wizards didn’t have to search for motivation Wednesday night in their rematch with Cleveland, only five days after they blew a 15-point lead and made a series of miscues in regulation before losing to the Cavaliers in overtime. “We definitely owe them,” Bradley Beal said before the game.
Their matchup Saturday ended with Cavaliers backup Jarrett Jack making...
Bradley Beal scored 26 points and Nene added 24, leading the Washington Wizards to a 98-91 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Wednesday night.
John Wall and Martell Webster both scored 15 points for Washington, which took control early and held off Cleveland's late charge.
The Wizards led by double figures midway through the first quarter, were ahead 56-38 at halftime, and...
It’s tough to be a Cavalier fan these days. Real tough. They could very well be the worst team in all of the Association. Sure, their 4-8 record puts them only a half game behind Detroit for the 8 seed, but as I sat in The Q and looked up to see The Diff read -26 against a 3-7 Wizards team coming off a back to back while the Cavs had just enjoyed three days off I found it hard...
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The Timberwolves came out blazing in the first half. The Wizards got down to business in the second half. Washington broke a four-game losing streak with a much-needed win against a pretty good Minnesota team.
Washington shot 48.2% from the floor, and tallied 41 rebounds, 31 assists on 41 baskets, 10 steals, 11 turnovers and 5 blocked shots. All five Washington...