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Another Day, Another Martell Webster Pixelbomb (featuring John Wall)

Updated: December 5, 2013

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Another day, another Martell Webster pixel bomb. For him, the ‘H’ in H.A.M. also stands for ham. Why shall this post pander to such? Has Webster’s video/photo/pixel-bombing become the pixel cousin of Transcribes from Dan Steinberg?

Wash, rinse, repeat, recycle, regurgitate, reading, writing, and arithmetic. Are we there yet? We are not. But the pixel-bomber has been seen on The Starters, an Online News Outlet Owned by Amazon, and a team-sponsored social media account.

But Jake Hoyt is somewhere talking about smiles and cries. Caron Butler used to laugh to keep from crying. With Webster and the Wizards, the good part of all that is finally, well, good.

Some will have you believe that the Wizards’ fun-to-boring blogginess meter looks like the image above. Martell Webster’s pixels say: ‘Not necessarily, man. I’m Martell Webster and life doesn’t necessarily have to be blah-blah this and blah-blah that.’ He’s the fun one of the Wiz Kids boy band.

So the interview scrum has some yuks. So what, who cares. And maybe the Wizards’ boring coverage meter is not at code red anymore. (Winning cures some of that.) What are we talking about again? Oh yea, Martell Webster. Below he pixelbombs and he sings, presented in video from. What did John Wall say about Webster incessantly bombing (should I be typing ‘bomb’ so much?)? Wall said this:

“His birthday was yesterday, he turned 27, so he’s still enjoying his younger life.”

You go, kid. BTW, first, this:


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