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Abdullah Sharif, Jamal A. Smith, and Mike Andrews discuss these three topics in this week's 3-on-3 segment: The Wizards resilience after the blowout in Brooklyn; Martell Webster and Trevor Ariza showing the hot hand; and how would you feel about the Wizards finishing one game out of the playoffs despite an 0-12 start?
The Wizards suffered a 3-point debacle courtesy of Deron Williams in Brooklyn on Friday night. Less than 24 hours later they had to strap up for another game and granted it was against the Bobcats, the guys won in very easy fashion. How impressed are you by their resilience and amnesic performance?
Abdullah: The Bobcats had come in losers of 9 straight by an average of 22 points. Those facts considered, the Centreville Wildcats could have played well against them on Saturday night. No direct knock on the Wizards..well...okay, yeah this is a knock on the Wizards simply because of how awful that Brooklyn game was. To me, Saturday's win vs. Charlo...
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The locker room is such a happier place for Martell Webster when his team wins. I personally love his habit of trolling his fellow teammates during their post-game interivews, just as he did with Bradley Beal a few weeks ago and again last night at the end of Trevor Ariza's piece (shown below). Ariza talked about his successful shooting night, while Wall discussed the ease of...
Only the Bobcats could make Martell Webster look like an unstoppable offensive force. The career journeyman connected on 4-of-8 3-pointers for 20 points, enabling the Wizards to humiliate the Bobcats, 104-87. The loss extended the Bobcats’ North American Humiliation Tour to 10-straght games on Saturday, thanks to Webster, as well as Trevor Ariza, who jumped [...]
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Washington Wizards, one of the few NBA teams who can actually call the Charlotte Bobcats a nemesis, did their bit to rectify that notion Saturday night, with Trevor Ariza scoring a season-high 26 points in a 104-87 victory.
The Wizards never trailed and shot 50 percent as they handed the league-worst Bobcats their 10th straight loss, most of which haven'...
The Washington Wizards, one of the few NBA teams who can actually call the Charlotte Bobcats a nemesis, did their bit to rectify that notion Saturday night, with Trevor Ariza scoring a season-high 26 points in a 104-87 victory.
The Wizards never trailed and shot 50 percent as they handed the league-worst Bobcats their 10th straight loss, most of which haven't been competitive...
wizards 104 bobcats 87
3/9/2013 - Verizon Center, Washington, DC
NBA.com Game Highlights
The Wizards were on cruise control tonight, enjoying a double digit lead for most of the game and clicking on just about every cylinder on offense. The front court players were the primary source of buckets and they looked poised all night. Nene...
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