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Paul George led the Pacers in nearly every meaningful category last night: minutes (46), points (39), rebounds (12), three pointers (7), steals (tied with 2), free throws made and attempted (8-10). Video of his incredible performance after the jump.
“I can’t believe they lost. That’s the only think I’m thinking right now. They were oh-so-close.” – Heat fan.
“You’ll see the numbers I’ll put up on Wednesday. Just watch.” –Lebron James
In Which One Of My Friends Is Disturbed At 1 a.m. By Washington Wizards Players Pounding On His Hotel Room Door
How do you expect a man to get HIS PROPER SLUMBER with NBA players banging on his door and whooping it up? It’s an outrage!
The musical notes signify Kanye sung those words (though your definition of singing might not include “auto-tuned talking”). An entire song. About M.J. In front of a sold-out crowd. We’re not kidding — this really happened. And no, you will not be able to get it out of your head for the rest of the day once you hear it…
Welcome to “Pretty Much Screwed,” our definitive guide to the upcoming NBA season. This team-by-team preview details why it’s probably not your favorite team’s year. Now we take a look at the Washington Wizards, who just traded a first round draft pick for Shannon Brown. Brilliant.
Someone altered the Washington Wizards’ Wikipedia page to refer to Jason Collins as a “faggot”. Random act of stupidity, or example of a much wider problem?
John Wall the Washington Wizards player has nearly 760,000 Twitter followers. John Wall the dog? No Twitter account: does not have opposable thumbs. Yet the two still made a Twitter connection today. America.
“What’s your shoe size? Before you answer, can I guess?” “Can you do the dougie?” “Who is your celebrity crush?” These are real questions. Or, at the very least, better than the run-of-the-mill cliche-feeding that invariably takes over ever pre and postgame press conference. Things are better when De’La, our intrepid “junior reporter” for the Washington Wizards, has the mic in her hands. Right, Marty?