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Videos: Flip and Antawn After Thursday’s Practice & Irene Pollin Talks With NBC’s Lindsay Czarniak

Updated: October 30, 2009

Flip Saunders talks about the opening night win against the Mavericks and looks to Friday’s game against the Hawks in Atlanta. He also praises JaVale McGee for a hard practice and relates how his rotation can always change if players want to earn time.

Jamison talks about his shoulder feeling good, shooting for the first time, and being a cheerleader in Dallas.

Also, NBC 4’s Lindsay Czarniak sat down with Irene Pollin to talk about her involvement in professional sports with her husband Abe.

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Mike Prada reports from Thursday’s Wizards practice. [via Bullets Forever]

Javaris Crittenton’s injury saga [via Wizards Outlet, Washington Times] Also remember, he’s previously worn a boot three times since getting injured in a ProAm game in July. See my previous post from training camp: The Competitive Nature of Javaris Crittenton’s Injury

Caps/Mystics owner (and Wizards minority ownership partner), Ted Leonsis, runs into Gilbert Arenas, calls him a panther. [via Ted’s Take]

Bill Simmons has a section on the contrasting styles of Wes Unseld and Elvin Hayes in his new book on the NBA. [via The Washington Times] — I previously covered the dynamic of the two great Bullets in a late-September post: Elvin Hayes versus Wes Unseld

The Wizards still have swag, the video. [via DC Sports Bog]

Caron Butler loves O.J. and salmon. [via]

Someone outside of D.C., much less anywhere, picks the Wizards to win the East. [via Daily Egyptian – the student-run newspaper of Southern Illinois]

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