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Posted at 3:21 PM ET, 03/10/2011

Do not ask Chris Wright about his hand

By Dan Steinberg


You know, if I were at the Georgetown student center instead of the Maryland student center right now, and Chris Wright wandered by, I can see where I might ask him how his hand's doing. It's a pretty big deal right now. I've seen people wonder about his hand on the television, heard people wonder about his hand on two radio stations, and read people wondering about his hand in the newspaper.

But here's a word to the wise: if you see him, do not ask Chris Wright about his hand. That might make you a fake person. All will be revealed in time.






By Dan Steinberg  | March 10, 2011; 3:21 PM ET
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Comments

I'll never say the word hand again if the appendage at the end of his left arm heals in time for the first game of the NCAA Tournament.

Posted by: douglasfarrar | March 10, 2011 11:36 PM | Report abuse

I will never say the word hand again if that means Chris Wright's appendage at the end of his left arm heals faster.

Posted by: douglasfarrar | March 10, 2011 11:45 PM | Report abuse

Chris better soak it all in. Not sure how he is projected to the NBA, but any attention he gets now could go away very soon!

Posted by: LaLa12 | March 11, 2011 10:25 AM | Report abuse

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