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Flip Saunders Needs Your Help, Design A Play For The Wizards. No, Really.

Updated: December 16, 2009
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No, this isn’t a joke … although, with the season going the way it is, you’d think it might be.

But really, what’s the harm in Flip Saunders & Co. using one play selected from a pool of civilian submissions. At this point, it can’t hurt. Right?

The details of the contest, via ESPN, are below … and more can be found by following the link at the bottom. (However, this will take you to an ESPN Insider page, so you might need an account).

The contest says it will be an inbounds play, but doesn’t really indicate if the play will be an ‘Out-Under’ (an inbounds play from the baseline under the basket) or a ‘Side-Out’ (an inbounds play from the sideline), so I guess you’ll have to use whichever one floats your boat.

They will start accepting entries after 5:00PM EST today, December 16th, and all entries are due by 5:00PM EST on Wednesday December 23rd.

So, uhhh … Good luck!

Contest: Design a play for the Wizards

Think you’ve got what it takes to coach the Wizards? Heres your chance.

Put your advanced knowledge to good use and coach the Washington Wizards. At least for one play. Really. Send ESPN your best inbounds play by Wed. Dec. 23, via email, fax or snail mail, and our crack panel of experts will choose the best one, which the Wizards will try to use during a game. So nows your chance to prove it when you yell at the TV, “I can do better than that!”

ENTER via …

E-Mail: espnwizardsplay@gmail.com
Fax: 212-515-1285
Snail Mail: 19 E. 34 St., 7th flr, New York, NY, 10016

ATTN: Otto Strong
Please be sure to include the subject line “Inbounds” on any submissions.

To Enter: Send an email to espnwizardsplay@gmail.com, or a fax to (212) 515-1285 (hereafter “Entry” or “entry”), with the subject line “Inbounds”, describing (preferably including a diagram) an inbounds play that sponsor/Wizards feel has a likelihood for success. All entries must: 1) Be no more than [500] words in length; 2) Be the original creation of the entrant 3) Be suitable for publication; and 4) Written in English. To be eligible for judging, the content of your story must not be: offensive, immoral, defamatory, obscene, profane, violent or destructive in nature in any way. The content of Entry must be kept in concert with Sponsor’s image. In the event of non-compliance with any of the terms of these Contest Rules, entry will be void as determined by Sponsor in its sole discretion. Modification of an existing work does not qualify as original. Limit one (1) entry per person.

To Submit an Entry: Beginning at 5:00 PM Eastern Time (“ET”) on 12/16/09 submit your Entry via email to espnwizardsplay@gmail.com, or fax to (212) 515-1285. All Entries must be received by 5:00PM ET on 12/23/09. Each entry, regardless of method of submission, must contain at least one (1) valid e-mail address or telephone number at which entrant can be contacted. The individual named in the email or fax may be deemed the entrant (“Entrant”). No group entries or entries on behalf of others will be allowed.

via Contest: Design an inbounds play for the Washington Wizards – ESPN.

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