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Posted at 2:46 PM ET, 01/12/2011

Brandon Banks lets his hair down

By Dan Steinberg


If you've ever wondered what Brandon Banks would look like with his hair not in braids, wonder no more. He posted this on Twitter Tuesday night, not long after he went to the Wizards game downtown.

Wednesday, Banks also updated his health:

Rehab was great!!! Feeling like I'm getting my wiggle back! #readyforseasonalready

Meanwhile, to keep the D.C. athlete crazy hair balance meter in check, Andray Blatche did away with the roller-coaster 'do. Guess that means his life is now in order.


(By Jonathan Newton - TWP)

By Dan Steinberg  | January 12, 2011; 2:46 PM ET
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Comments

Yay, his stupid, obdurate life finally got itself in order. Blatche caught a break there.

Posted by: stevie_in_gp | January 12, 2011 3:10 PM | Report abuse

I've been reading that everytime Blatch gets the ball and does anything negative or stupid on the court, fans are booing his A out the gym. Any truth to this?

Posted by: saltine182 | January 12, 2011 3:45 PM | Report abuse

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