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As the NBA continues its Summer League in Las Vegas, Washington Wizards forward Chris Singleton decided to put an NBA D-Leaguer flat on his back with a thunderous jam.
Watch as Singleton skies to the rim and throws it down hard:
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Whether regular season or summer league action, everyone loves to see someone get dunked on, like how the Washington Wizards Chris Singleton smashes on Chris Daniels from the D-League Select squad: It’s only a matter of time before the Wizards amnesty Andray Blatche and pass that playing time on to Singleton, right? Wizards fans certainly [...]
Since the name Chris Singleton may not be ringing any bells, let me remind you of his most notable exploit: Singleton once made waves in the blogosphere when he admitted to dropping 10 Gs on lottery tickets in an attempt to win the world’s biggest jackpot. Other than that, the 22-year-old Wizard selected 18th overall in 2011 is yet to make much noise… but he’s got time,...
The Washington Wizards waived Andray Blatche on Tuesday, designating him as the team's amnesty player.
The 25-year-old forward averaged 9.9 points and 5.4 rebounds over seven seasons with the Wizards, who drafted him out of high school in the second round in 2005.
The move enables the Wizards to remove the $23 million remaining on Blatche's contract from their salary cap...
Day 3 of the NBA Summper League began in forgettable fashion for the Wizards. The D-League select team they faced was on a mission to defeat all the “scrub” stereotypes and the Wizards had nothing to counter it early on. Only 90 seconds into the game when the Wizards found themselves with 3 turnovers and zero shot attempts, surrendering 9 consecutive points to the D-Leaguers...
For seven long seasons the Wizards waited for Andray Blatche, the teenager they drafted 49th overall in 2005, to develop. Finally, they’ve given up. Reports that DC residents are petitioning to make the 17th of July a federal holiday remain unconfirmed, but seem highly plausible.
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While all eyes have been focused on Team USA’s practices and scrimmages this weekend in DC, a few NBA veterans hosted a skills clinic for children of the armed forces.
Patrick Ewing, Georghe Muresan, Lenny Wilkens, and Teresa Edwards all assisted with the clinic which held five different stations for the children to learn the fundamentals of basketball.
Two of the veterans,...
Andray Blatche has $23 million remaining on his contract.
Washington’s recent efforts to trade to trade Andray Blatche were not successful, and on July 17, 2012 the Wizards were forced to amnesty their once-beloved power forward.
Washington Wizards fans should be excited about what the future holds.
It took the Washington Wizards one Summer League game to get into their groove. One night removed from being blown out of the Cox Pavilion gym by the Atlanta Hawks, the Wizards survived a furious 4th quarter comeback attempt by the Houston Rockets, winning their first game of the summer 76-70.
Top pick Bradley Beal lead the team with 14 points and was one of four Wizards to finish...