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Wallâ€™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 Wizardsâ€™ 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 Wallâ€™s absence.
Turn the pageâ€¦ 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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â€śI think heâ€™s a tremendous talent. I think heâ€™s an incredible, athletic, 7-1, whatever he is,â€ť Nuggets Coach George Karl said of McGee. â€śFor 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.â€ť
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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