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Andray Blatche Stinks, Literally

Updated: November 19, 2008

As for figuratively stinking, I’ll leave that to the Washington Wizards as a team.

Last night against the Miami Heat, as players were getting settled on the bench for the commencement of the 3rd quarter, Andray Blatche decided to unleash a dirty bomb upon his teammates, Nick Young and Dominic McGuire.

Luckily, there is documentation on the reaction stages of Nick Young.

Here, Nick is just catching a whiff of…..something. He’s somewhat sure about from which direction the emission is coming, but considers it a head-scratcher nonetheless. One cannot help but notice that even Blatche has a hard time dealing with his own “spirits.”

Andray Blatche Stinks Phase I

“C’mon man!” was the lip read I got. The stench just hit Young hard. Seems like it’s fully entrenched in his throat. He desperately grabs for his shirt. That is a sour-puss stink-face if I’ve ever seen one. Andray Blatche is apathetic towards the plight of Young.

Andray Blatche Stinks Phase II

Young seeks relief in the smell of his own sweat (unless he powdered up in the locker room during intermission). Dominic McGuire remains stoic with his Jamie Foxx look.

Andray Blatche Stinks Phase III

Ahhh….bygones are bygones and a chuckle is shared over a quintessential moment of ‘boys being boys’ — we can all relate……from the couch in your mom’s basement to a bench full of NBA millionaires.

Andray Blatche Stinks Phase IVHey, did you know that Blatche was shooting 17.6% from the field on the road?

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