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Posted at 8:20 AM ET, 01/25/2011

Kevin Seraphin executes a spin move perfectly

By Cindy Boren

There's a new wrinkle in the never-ending saga of Washington D.C. uniform failures: this one was self-inflicted. Kevin Seraphin of the Wizards committed the unpardonable fashion faux pas of wearing his shorts backward Monday night against the Knicks in Madison Square Garden. He did what anyone would have done in that situation: He fixed 'em on the bench, surrounded by teammates.

Other moments in Washington uniform history (since Bog Boy is off sampling the cheeses of Vegas):

Mustafa Shakur wore a jersey that was, let's say, hastily crafted.

Theodore Roosevelt High School is learning to embrace being the "Rough Ryders," even if TR himself is spinning in his grave.

Anthony Armstrong of the Redskins nearly brought down the republic, drawing a fine from the NFL for wearing his socks too high.

Ladell Betts' last name was spelled "Bettis" during a preseason game.

Not even the Redskins' cheerleaders have been spared.

By Cindy Boren  | January 25, 2011; 8:20 AM ET
Categories:  Wizards  
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All work and no play makes Dan a dull Bog Boy. Thanks for leaping into the breach, Ms. CB.
For old times' sake, can we get a misspelling of "Les Boulez"?

Information for Life.

Posted by: WaPoPimp | January 25, 2011 10:34 AM | Report abuse

Like the bog, but could use more effort.. Steinberg is still an intern right? Also, what about the "Natinals" incident?

Posted by: bryan4967 | January 25, 2011 11:58 AM | Report abuse

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