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The Pixel-And-Roll Show: Cleveland’s Fluke Win Brings Back Cavs Hate

Updated: February 12, 2017

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The Wizards suffered an excruciating loss to Cleveland on Monday night, on TNT, falling 140-135 in overtime to the defending NBA champions, after Washington’s nemesis LeBron James banked in a miraculous 3-point shot at the end of regulation. Legendary broadcaster Steve Buckhantz called the action-packed contest “one of the best regular season games [he’d] ever seen.” Buck’s observation was correct in that it was the definitive “moral victory” in modern Wizards lore. It took a fluke shot (and a few before it) in order for the Cavs to break Washington’s 17-game home winning streak. While Wiz followers were emotionally upset, there was solace in that their performance earned them credibility among national NBA pundits and fans.

TAI’s Rashad Mobley (@rashad20), who covered the game with this excellent recap, joined me on The Pixel-and-Roll Show to chop up all the craziness that went down.

Last week, John Converse Townsend (@JohnCTownsendand I analyzed how Washington has turned its season around, while discussing his superb piece on the contract situation of Otto Porter. Check out the lengthy podcast! 

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Adam is a bro from the Midwest who's been bopping around the District of Columbia for years. He's down with a range of sports, etc. and has covered the Washington Wizards for TAI since 2010.