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The Wizards Wear Hats, and Even Represent the Nats

Updated: April 13, 2010

Most Washington Nationals probably couldn’t name a current Washington Wizard, aside from Gilbert Arenas and Andray Blatche, both likely more known for infamous reasons. Well, there is that National who recently attended a Wizards game, Nyjer Morgan, but he rooted for the other team.

However, couple of the newer Wizards, transplants from Dallas on what could be just a temporary stop in their careers, have no problem representing the local baseball team.

The Post’s Michael Lee reports that Josh Howard, who attended the Wizards-Knicks game Monday night in NYC, was sporting an over-sized all white Nationals cap afterward. And of course, there’s the picture of James Singleton above. He wore that red Nats cap after a loss to the Charlotte Bobcats, the infamous Blatche benching game.

But enough about that. Here’s some more Wizards and their hats from throughout the season:


>>The College Bro.

>>Yankees cause it’s popular.

>>Braves cause it’s also kinda popular.

>>B for Blatche.

>>The Unfortunate Ed Hardy-style.

>>Lord knows.



>>The Arenas Hoodie.


Technically, this isn’t a hat. More like a way of life. But definitely worth including.

It’s probably best to end this post with 7-Day Dray.

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