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Gilbert Arenas finally broke his silence -- barely. And only because he was fined. In other news, the Wizards beat the Pistons. For this morning's newspaper, Michael Lee also wrote that this season is make or break for Andray Blatche. * Here's the Washington Times's Mike Jones on Silent Gil....

 

By Alexa Steele | October 14, 2009; 10:26 AM ET | Comments (12)

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As the Wizards gear up to face the Pistons in Grand Rapids, Mich., tonight, Flip Saunders isn't the only one looking forward to a reunion. Pistons guard Will Bynum draws inspiration from Gilbert Arenas, A. Sherrod Blakely reports in m.live.com. Their paths have crossed a couple of times. Will Bynum...

 

By Alexa Steele | October 13, 2009; 08:31 AM ET | Comments (14)

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Yesterday the Wizards lost to the Toronto Raptors in preseason action but were encouraged by the emergance of Agent Third Quarter. Also, Coach Flip Saunders looks forward to tomorrow's reunion with the Detroit Pistons. * Back to Gilbert Arenas: He insists that he's not talking to the media, reaffirming to...

 

By Alexa Steele | October 12, 2009; 09:50 AM ET | Comments (55)

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In this morning's newspaper, Michael Lee looks at how long-time Wizard Brendan Haywood is eager to make up for lost time. *The Washington Times' Mike Jones also focused on Haywood, specifically his value to the team's defense. *Yesterday afternoon, Truth About It opined on Mike Miller's playmaker role and posted...

 

By Alexa Steele | October 9, 2009; 09:18 AM ET | Comments (25)

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For this morning's newspaper, Michael Lee writes about the progress Nick Young has made. *The Washington Times' Mike Jones says Gilbert Arenas' return opens up the floor for his teammates. *Yahoo! Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski offers his take on Arenas's new serious demeanor. *At Fanhouse, David Steele does a Q& A...

 

By Alexa Steele | October 8, 2009; 09:49 AM ET | Comments (38)

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Yesterday's most interesting news from Richmond was the fact that Gilbert Arenas sat out scrimmages for two days, getting his left hand examined after jamming his middle finger before training camp. Michael Lee also said he moved gingerly during sprints. Truth About It asks: "Arenas Up to His Old Tricks?"....

 

By Alexa Steele | October 2, 2009; 10:11 AM ET | Comments (13)

 

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