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The Wiz vs. The Griz in Pictures

Updated: April 4, 2009

The Memphis-Washington game was a couple days ago, but these outsourced screen shots just came in on the plane from Bangalore.

Arizona State alum Lionel Hollins looked shifty from the get-go.

But then he ordered a Five Dollar Footlong and got comfortable.

Rumors of Gilbert Arenas’ possible presence spread
along Beale Street and the masses gathered.

The Wizards moved the ball well in the beginning, but the defense gave Ed Tapscott heartburn, the throw-up feeling, and the ‘it hurts when I swallow’ throat.

The Swarth of Marc Gasol
was swagger inducing.

Ladies & Gentlemen:
Brendan Todd Haywood

But dude got winded after coming back from rehabbing his wrist.

Phil Chenier sported the Lumberg Collar,
he’ll need Buckhantz to work this weekend.

The good thing about Big Oily Pecherov is
that he’s always keeping it funny.

“Dude be clowin'” goes the age-old Ukrainian saying.

Girl on the right was
confused/scared/curious/befuddled/never going to Europe.

Antawn Jamison thinks stats are glorious.

Who’s This?

Ed Tapscott went from docile…..

….to ANGRY! in a matter of less than a second.

Then Tap gave his thumbs-up endorsement to a 12 point deficit….
either that or he wanted someone to take the job and shove it.

Gilbert Arenas’ Alien Hand

Haywood was more than happy to get reacquainted with the rock.

Timeout Straw Swagger.

Nick Young suspected he might find some swag down his shirt.

Antsy Arenas.

Ed Tapscott had just the right out of bounds play drawn up….
one that hopefully wouldn’t result in a turnover like so many others have.

But in the end, Javaris Crittenton was duped by
Mike Conley into thinking the passing lanes were safe.
Turnover….no chance… over.

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