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Wall’s first two games of his season were a breeze, blowout victories that resulted in the most swagger-filled 7-28 team in NBA history taking on the Sacramento Kings on Wednesday at Sleep Train Arena. But that new attitude is the reason why the Wizards’ 95-94 loss was so disappointing, because Washington had the lineup that it has longed for all season but collapsed in the same fashion that has been the norm in Wall’s absence.
Turn the page… Tonight's opponent is a familiar trade partner. Javale McGee plays for Denver. Nene is a Wizard. I like Nene, when he's healthy. Wizards Insider, Michael Lee, writes that Coach George Karl likes Javale McGee. However, Karl wants McGee to be like Tim Duncan.
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“I think he’s a tremendous talent. I think he’s an incredible, athletic, 7-1, whatever he is,” Nuggets Coach George Karl said of McGee. “For me, I just want him to be more consistent on the fundamental area of basketball and more than anything, I want him to be more committed to the concepts and philosophies and fundamentals of our team.”
Who will win? How will Grunfeld feel about this? Will Pam McGee throw tomatoes at the Wizards? How will McGee play? Is Nene going to be a little peeved? (A current sports line has the odds Washington +10.5)
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