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Top 10 Rejected Washington Wizards 2008-09 Season Slogans

Updated: August 13, 2008

As noted last week on Bullets Forever, the Washington Wizards have seemingly come out with their team slogan for the 08-09 season.

The link will take you to a picture of Antawn Jamison surrounded by “Character, Commitment, Connection.”

I’m actually not curious about the absence of Gilbert Arenas from the season ticket propaganda. And I have no problems whatsoever with Jamison being the face of the franchise.

But I almost wish that Caron Butler was part of the advertisement (of course, the Big Three will most likely be apart of future marketing campaigns). All that jibber-jabber being said, here are the Top 10 rejected slogans for the upcoming Wizards basketball campaign:

[The past three slogans have been: Ready to Rule (07-08), Go All In (06-07), and One Team, One Goal (05-06)]


#10Washington Wizards: Faster Than a Speeding Bullet.

#9Washington Wizards: The Doctor is On-Call.

#8Washington Wizards: Jeezy’s Angels.

#7Washington Wizards: Curse? What Curse? Oh yea, that curse.

#6Washington Wizards: Doing It Like Jack Burton in Chinatown.

#5Washington Wizards: Threatening to Feed Gilbert to his Sharks Should He Act a Fool.

#4Washington Wizards: Out to Prove that LeBron is a Baby.

#3Washington Wizards: One Team, Two Goals: No preseason in-house gun shots and no prostitute solicitation arrests.

#2Washington Wizards: We Play on Fun Street, and Defense Ain’t No Fun.

#1Washington Wizards: Supermanning That Ho!

Oh G-Wiz....Washington Wizards Mascot - flickr/wizardsdotcom

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