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A Wizards Summer of Relaxing

Updated: October 19, 2010

A regular season chock full of meaningful games is ever so close. In fact, the last Wizards preseason game is tonight against the Pistons in Detroit Toledo, OH … and then we have to wait a whole eight days until Washington basketball opens the regular season in Orlando against the Magic on TNT on October 28.

Summer is a speck in the rear view mirror. But just before it’s set to disappear, I took the opportunity to ask several Wizards what was the most relaxing thing they did this past summer. Most seemed to enjoy the time they were able to spend with family. One particular Wizard got his heart broken and spent a lot of time watching movies about love. Just watch.

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  • Adam McGinnis

    NY cracks me up. Sure sounds the team had a boring summer relaxing.

  • larry smith

    Nick even make getting his heart broke funny. NICK YOUNG TV IS CALLING YOUR NAME.

  • JT

    Haha great video, but how dare you ask Gil that question. I love his reaction.

  • Thay Brown

    Cheap shot on Gilbert lol….nice to see NBA players are still regular people.

  • Yea … well … it wasn’t really a cheap shot at Gilbert.

    I wanted an honest answer and hoped that he was able to reflect or relax while in the halfway house (maybe).

    Then again, it was certainly stupid of me to try to ask him. So, there’s that.

    Oh well.

  • Great job on this video, always good to see Gilbert Arenas a little off guard.