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ShareBullets: Josh Howard Wears A Very Josh Howard Outfit While Handing Out Big Checks

Updated: September 9, 2010


Last Thursday, it seems that Josh Howard was on hand for the Wake Forest football opener against Presbyterian. While there, Howard donated $100,000 from his foundation to endow the “Josh Howard Scholarship” at Wake. Good stuff to hear. However …

Via pictures graciously provided by Flickr user SneakinDeacon, we must wonder what the 30-year old Howard was wearing. Looks to be comfortable gear for a football game … or questionable gear for handing over big novelty checks. But I’m not one to judge.

What one really must wonder is if Brendan Haywood considers the outfit “Josh Howard Hood” … ahhh, the answers to the unknown questions of the universe.

Moving on … (links below the pic)


Both the Wizards and Caps will finally have all their games in HD! Now,  in-fighting amongst fans (mostly from Caps fans) about preferential treatment by Comcast can stop. Rejoice! (That is, if your local provider carries CSN+ in HD — you’re listening, right RCN?)
[DC Sports Bog]

The rookie photo shoots of John Wall and Trevor Booker.

Wizards rookie Trevor Booker evidently loves Twilight. This can’t bode well for his on-court nastiness, or can it?

Courtesy of ESPN’s Marc Stein, we know John Wall, Gilbert Arenas, Andray Blatche and Yi Jianlian will be the featured Wizards in the upcoming release of “NBA Jam.” Surely some people will be screaming for JaVale McGee over Yi … 1.3 billion from China would likely disagree. It’s a business, folks.

A breakdown of the NBA Jam rosters and the suggestion that the Wizards could be a dark horse as one of the best teams.
[Early Termination Option]

Might Flip Saunders be one of the NBA coaches on the “Hot Seat” going into the season? I’d say likely.
[NBA Facts & Rumors]

A national writer makes a case for Gilbert Arenas. #Rare.
[Hoops World]

Turkey reminds the Wizards of their draft past … it always does, doesn’t it?
[Wizards Insider]

Bullets Forever wonders what we can expect from Kevin Seraphin. My answer: I have absolutely no clue … lemme see this kid against some competition first.
[Bullets Forever]

Panini has released some John Wall cards, among others.
[The Cardboard Connection]

In case you were looking for where you can buy the John Wall ‘Great Wall of Chinatown’ t-shirt that was pictured in a previous post, it’s here:
[One vs. Many]

Skepticism of Yi Jianlian’s FIBA Worlds numbers and how they’ll translate. Seems reasonable/We’ll see.

A video compilation of LeBron James’ 2010 Summer. “Yay.”
[You Been Blinded]

Against the Hornets last year, Al Thornton had one of the best offensive performances of his career (did it as a Clipper — one of nine career 30-plus-point games, all with L.A., in 225 career NBA games), and the New Orleans brass hopes that Trevor Ariza will put a halt to such performances.

First it was the Washington Post, now the Charlotte Bobcats are looking for a fan blogger.
[Peter Robert Casey]

Was Glenn “Big Dog” Robinson the best-worst NBA Champion ever?

Wireless Internet on the National Wall is up and running (plus where else in D.C. you can find free WiFi).

The Colors of Basketball — pretty cool design.
[Design You Trust]

The Bill Simmons Quote of the Week: where he chastises the Orlando Magic for taking Dwight Howard instead of Emeka Okafor.
[Canis Hoopus]

Coke, Pop, Soda, or Other?

The 50 Best Dunks In College Basketball History

Relevant to Wizards/Bullets:

  • Allen Iverson dunk at Capital Centre (honorable mention, 0:22)
  • Al Thornton dunk at Florida State (hon. mention, 0:32)
  • Grant Hill over Jim McIlvaine (No. 42, 3:28)
  • LaBradford Smith (No. 31, 5:51)
  • Clyde Drexler over Andre Turner (yes, Turner played for the Bullets) (No. 11, 10:13)
  • Davin Ham backboard breaker (No. 8, 10:55)
  • I’m sure I’m missing some Wizards/Bullets-related players, such as Jerry Stackhouse (seen a couple times), but for some reason I’d like to forget that Stackhouse ever played two seasons (96 games) with the franchise.

Enjoy, it’s long, but good. (h/t: The Dagger)

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Kyle founded TAI in 2007 and has been weaving in and out the world of Wizards ever since, ducking WittmanFaces, jumping over G-Wiz, and avoiding stints on the DNP-Conditioning list. He has covered the Washington pro basketball team as a member of the media since 2009. Kyle currently lives in Brooklyn, NY with his wife, loves basketball, and has no pets.