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