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Here's your John Wall bobblehead


(Courtesy Washington Wizards.)


The Wizards released their 2010-'11 promotional schedule on Thursday, and goodness, there are some highlights.

The headliners, of course, are the two bobblehead nights: Dec. 3 for John Wall, and Jan. 15 for Andray Blatche, both for the first 10,000 fans. Those bobbleheads are pictured above and below. While Wall's will obviously be more prized, the Blatche one is about as good as a bobblehead gets, both because of its likeness to the real thing, and because it's sponsored by Chipotle, whose burritos Blatche has promoted for something like 37 years.

But the schedule goes beyond mere bobbleheads.

Nov. 2: Beanie hats.
Jan. 25: Vintage t-shirts. (Vintage, like Bullets?)
March 5: Silly Wiz Bandz.
Match 20: Hebrew National Jersey Backpacks.

There are also 15 3D glasses nights, which "will allow [fans] to experience the team's 3D jumbotron video," which could be interesting.

Many thanks to the PR staff for helping out with these images so quickly.


By Dan Steinberg  | October 28, 2010; 12:10 PM ET
Categories:  Wizards  
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If somebody is at the game, do they really need 3-D glasses?

Posted by: jpfterps | October 28, 2010 4:16 PM | Report abuse

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