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The Washington Wizards were looking for a clean slate to the second half of the season on Tuesday night as the Raptors paid the Nation’s Capital a visit. The clean slate was necessary due to a very poor 15- 36 start, unfortunately the basketball gods had something else in mind and treated the Wiz kids to clocks malfunctioning and having to set a 24 second clock on floor near the check-in table. Classic Wiz-Kids.
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