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Gilbert Arenas discusses his experience in China in new intervi…

Gilbert Arenas discusses his experience in China in new interview

yahoo.com Updated Mar 14, 2013
Erstwhile NBA combo guard Gilbert Arenas, once the internet's favorite basketball player, had about as unceremonious an exit from the league as a three-time All-Star can have. After several lackluster years following his controversial gun charges while …
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  • Wizards fans loudly heckle J.J. Redick

    Wizards fans loudly heckle J.J. Redick

    washingtonpost.com Mar 14, 2013
    I was driving past the newish Georgetown Nike store on Thursday morning, when I noticed a large display honoring both the Hoyas and Duke basketball on the M Street windows. The Hoyas I get. But Duke? Unless my fan radar … Continue reading →
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  • Bryce Harper: Caps and Wizards need Capitude and Wizitude

    Bryce Harper: Caps and Wizards need Capitude and Wizitude

    washingtonpost.com Mar 14, 2013
      The excitement surrounding a supposed rebirth of D.C. pro sports has taken a lengthy pause this winter, as John Wall’s injury and the Caps’ slow start inserted a rancid sink hole into what had been thought of as a … Continue reading →
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  • Morning Pixels: Larry Sanders overshadows Wizards’ win with the…

    Morning Pixels: Larry Sanders overshadows Wizards’ win with the Best Ejection Ever

    washingtonpost.com Mar 14, 2013
    Wednesday night’s Wizards-Bucks game at Verizon Center was chock full of exciting moments. There was the part when Washington coughed up a 20-point lead in the time it takes to say, “Oh, wow, the Wizards are killing Milwaukee,” finish your … Conti
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    BOSTON -- Sebastian Telfair was a bigger star in high school than he is today. And yet he is a better player now than he ever was back then. The paradox makes sense to him at last.