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During the Milwaukee Bucks vs. Washington Wizards game Wednesday night, Bucks’ center Larry Sander was ejected from the game as he picked up his 2nd technical foul. Upon receiving the 2nd tech and being tossed from the game, his reaction is one of the best I have ever seen. It is so good, it can not really be put into words. So just enjoy this GIF from Wiz_Spurtin on Twitter. Larry may not really approve…but we all do. Related posts: Who is Going to Start at PG for the Wizards? 2nd Half Predictions for the Wizards and Can They Make The Playoffs? Wizards On A Hot Streak, Can They Keep It Rolling?
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If you are going to get ejection a game why not go out in style and give the refs a thumbs up along the way? After all, since the refs keep the game safe and fair they deserve the support of the players, right?
I'm sure that was exactly what Sanders was doing too. Hey--at least he gave them a thumb instead of another finger like most guys would...
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Milwaukee goes for its fifth road win in six tries on Wednesday night while the Wizards look for a 13th victory in their last 17 home games.
Back from a 2-1 Western road trip, the Bucks (32-30) lost for just the...
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3/13/2013 - Verizon Center, Washington, DC
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