Morning Look: Sealed by a Kiss
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"This is a game of men, and we backed down tonight," Antawn Jamison said last night. "We didn't take the challenge that we preached before the game. Shaq senses that he's going to take advantage of that, and he sensed that tonight. He was more dominant, more physical, he could have pretty much what he wanted."
"As he is introduced, O'Neal leaps into the arms of Robin Lopez, Louis Amundson, Jared Dudley and Goran Dragic and has the quartet carry him to the floor, where he picks up Alando Tucker and spins him like a toddler," the AZ Republic reported. "I levitate above the competition," O'Neal said.
"It's official. The team with the worst record in the NBA resides in the nation's capital," Michael Lee wrote. "Groundhog day," Jamison said.
Groundhog day is right. This is 2001 all over again. The Wiz have the worst first-quarter point differential in the league, the worst fourth-quarter point differential in the league, . They're in the bottom six in overall point differential, rebounds per game, blocks per game, field-goal percentage defense, three-point defense and opponent assists per game.
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