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CyberMonday Giveaway: Win Tickets To See LeWho and The Miami Heat Play The Wizards in D.C.

Updated: November 29, 2010

The Washington Wizards play the Miami Heat in Florida tonight, and the division rival will make a return trip to Washington on December 18th. Read below to win tickets to that game.

I’m relatively apathetic toward LeBron James. It’s not that I no longer don’t like him in a double negative manner. It’s just that after he further exposed to the national scene what Wizards followers knew the whole time, his villain status lost value in my eyes. LeBron is not really worth caring about, although one would most certainly rather him lose.

So, in honor of CyberMonday … and LeBron’s first trip to Washington, D.C. as a member of the Miami Heat coming up on Saturday, December 18th, Truth About would like to send you to the game. And because you are likely shopping online today, why not get something for free (courtesy of the good folks at StubHub)?

>LeWho? The Miami Heat

>LeWhen? Saturday, December 18, 2010 – 7:00 pm

>LeSeats? Two (2) tickets, lower bowl, Section 117

– [Map] (Row F, Seats 3 & 4)

>LeWhere? Verizon Center, Chinatown, Washington, D.C.


All you have to do is ‘Like’ Truth About on FaceBook, AND write what you think of LeBron, or John Wall, or Gilbert Arenas, or any number of things related to the Wizards on the wall of the TAI FaceBook page. (Write, “I want to win Wizards-Heat tickets!,”  if you want.)


I. One (1) winner of both (2) tickets will be chosen at random from all those who do the above before the cutoff time.

II. Crude messages that you wouldn’t want your mom to read will be eliminated.

III. If you’re not a true Wizards fan/reader of the site/local DMV person, you are not eligible

IV. If you’ve known the editor of TAI for a number of years, or if you are another member of the media, a person associated with the TAI staff or part of the staff of the Washington Wizards, you are not eligible.

V. Cutoff Time: You must ‘Like’ TAI on FaceBook and write something on the wall by 7:30 pm EST on Monday, November 29 (TODAY) when the Wizards face the Heat in Miami.

VI. Stay tuned because two (2) more tickets to the same Wizards-Heat game in D.C. on December 18 will be given away via a trivia contest soon.

Thanks for playing!

(And thanks to StubHub for providing the tickets that will be shipped to the winner.)

While the Washington Post’s Michael Lee writes of LeBron’s “villain” status in Washington along with his current ties to the franchise, LeBron’s Heat have recently called a “players only” meeting. Oh, and there’s been a hubbub over LeBron bumping shoulders with his coach, Eric Spolestra, via Michael Wallace of The Heat Index.

But regardless of present issues and the future, and the fact that on Monday evening the Wizards could drop the Miami Heat to a .500 record on the year at 9-9 (and not tie the Washington franchise-worst mark with an 0-8 start on the road to begin the season – just over 9.2-percent of voters recently said the Wizards would notch their first road win in 2010-11 against the Heat), let’s take a look at just a few of the past memorable pictures of when LeBron has faced the Washington professional basketball team.

{via flickr/Keith Allison}

Speaking of the past, a former participant in pseudo rivalry between the Washington Wizards and Cleveland Cavaliers isn’t doing so hot in his new locale. Brendan Haywood was recently suspended by the Dallas Mavericks for getting in an argument with head coach Rick Carlisle (via ESPN Dallas). Oh man. Sounds tough. Anyhow, he’s a vintage video of Haywood commenting on LeBron’s style of play:

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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.