Caps and Wiz: One Up, One Down
Surely I wasn't the only Washington-area resident flipping back and forth between the two Comcast SportsyNet stations around 9:40 last night, as both the Wiz and the Caps took close, high-scoring games into the final minutes of the final period. And surely I wasn't the only Washington-area resident who felt full confidence that the Capitals would win and the Wizards would lose.
I mean, yeah, obviously Quentin Richardson would hit fall-away three-pointers with Nick Young in his face. And sure, centering passes from Alex Ovechkin would go off Pittsburgh skates and into the net. That's just the way things go nowadays. Caps Win, Wiz Lose.
In fact, D.C.'s two professional winter franchises have played on the same night 15 times this season. The Caps have gone 10-5 on those nights. The Wizards have gone 1-14.
Statistically speaking, it's far more likely that a Presidential election in my lifetime will have been won by a black man than it is that the Wizards will win on the same night as the Caps.
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