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After their Midwest mission failure, the Wizards are back home and prepping for the Cleveland Cavaliers in what will be the latest chronicle of the John Wall-Kyrie Irving Clashfest. Here are some news and updates coming out of the Phone Booth, most of it courtesy of insider god, Michael Lee: - Nene apologized for his […]The post News & Notes: Nene, teammates group hug; Martell’s ready; Harrington’s old knees appeared first on Hoop District.
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