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Posted at 2:28 PM ET, 02/10/2011

Chris Miller guarantees Wizards will win on Sunday

By Dan Steinberg

The Wizards' ridiculous road losing streak has already prompted several media gimmicks, from Chick Hernandez's "I won't shave my head until they win!" pledge to Mike Wise's derivative "I won't shave my face until the win!" pledge.

And now comes perhaps the most exciting promise yet. Comcast SportsNet's Chris Miller guaranteed on Wednesday night that the Wizards would beat the Cavaliers in Cleveland this weekend. And if his guarantee fails to come through, Miller promised to do the Dougie on live television. Which now has me sort of rooting for the Wizards to lose.

By Dan Steinberg  | February 10, 2011; 2:28 PM ET
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When he was first hired Chris Miller admitted to being a Cowboys fan!! from Ohio I think.

Repeat: a lousy, stinking, disgusting, nauseating, slimy, bottom-feeding COWBOYS FAN!!

He has some nerve even working in this media market! I even contacted his manager and told her as much!

chris miller can go straight to HELL!!

Posted by: iubiquity | February 10, 2011 6:01 PM | Report abuse

I'd feel a lot more confident about that game if A) the Wizards weren't playing on the second leg of a back to back and B) the Cavs weren't even more due to win than the Wiz.

Still, we have about a 40% chance, and my guess is that's how Vegas will feel too.

Posted by: Barno1 | February 10, 2011 7:13 PM | Report abuse

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