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Birdman’s Energy Airs Out Wizards

Updated: March 21, 2009

All you really need to know about the Wizards’ loss to the Nuggets on Friday.

One moment, Andray Blatche is going to the basket aggressively. Blatche, a wiry big man who relies too much on his guard skills, thinks he can comfortably slide by the smaller man and float up a scoop shot.

Andray Blatche take a sissy scoops shot - Truth About It.netBut then comes the feathered wing of a flying Birdman.


Kids don’t go hard anymore, they’re too cool for school.
Birdman Chris Anderson is retro like that.
Birdman blocks Andray Blatche - Truth About It.netNo Way.
Birdman Chris Anderson says no way - Truth About It.netNo How.

Birdman Chris Anderson says no how - Truth About It.netAnd later on….

Down the court and into the paint the Birdman streaks.
Oleksiy Pecherov turns his back and Blatche becomes an observer.
Birdman down the lane as the Wizards watch - Truth About It.netStill watching the Birdman sky……
Birdman dunks on Wiz - Truth About It.netTake a picture Big Oily, it will last longer.
Andray even added a caress of the Birdman’s shoulder to your framed shot.

Wizards taking pictures of Birdman dunk - Truth About It.netSure J.R. Smith dropped 40 points on the Wiz, but the Birdman, behind his career high 18 points, to go along with 11 boards and 6 blocked shots….IN 22 MINUTES!!…..sent DC to loss number 64.

In other news….


For some reason, these guys decided to burn a Clippers jersey.
Dudes burn a Clippers jersey - Truth About

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