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Wizards owner Ted Leonsis’ story about ‘missing’ Bullets’ champ…

Wizards owner Ted Leonsis’ story about ‘missing’ Bullets’ championship trophy apparently not true

yahoo.com Updated Apr 11, 2013
Before the Washington Wizards organization celebrated the 35th anniversary of the then-Bullets' 1978 NBA championship run this past weekend, the Washington Post published a feature by Dave Sheinin on that often overlooked title team. Sheinin opened the …
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  • John Wall Hit a Circus Alley-Oop Reverse Scoop Against the Miam…

    John Wall Hit a Circus Alley-Oop Reverse Scoop Against the Miami Heat

    dimemag.com Apr 11, 2013
    Now that we’ve been updated on what’s been pushing John Wall‘s magic these last few weeks, spectacular plays are becoming the norm for him. Baseline alley-oop reverse circus shots on the Miami Heat? Sure, why not? For breaking news, rumors, exclusiv
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  • Bradley Beal and John Wall look excited about this interview

    Bradley Beal and John Wall look excited about this interview

    washingtonpost.com Apr 11, 2013
    I can’t imagine trying to do an interview and having these two mugs looking back at me. It’s like John Wall and Bradley Beal are daring Chris Miller to ask them a question. Body language aside, the young Wizards guards have … Continue reading →
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  • Kobe Bryant is Superhuman, Saves the Lakers’ Season; The Secret…

    Kobe Bryant is Superhuman, Saves the Lakers’ Season; The Secret to John Wall’s Run

    dimemag.com Apr 11, 2013
    Steve Blake offensive rebounds. Pau-to-Dwight lobs. Kobe Bryant M-V-P chants reverberating through the arena. With the way the Lakers’ 113-106 win in Portland ended, you would’ve thought all was right for L.A. They had finally held off the hot-shootin
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  • Ian Thomsen: What does future hold for lottery-bound teams?

    Apr 11
    The league is now split into two worlds -- teams that are focused more than ever on the here and now of the playoffs, and teams that are already looking ahead to next year. Raptors president Bryan Colangelo is part of the latter group, and he has reason…