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Labor Day Saturday Links

Some stuff for you to read when you sit down to your computer:

  • Believe it or not, Michael Jordan is actually doing some very good things as the chief executive of the Charlotte Bobcats.  Henry Abbott details them all here. [True Hoop]
  • A few thoughts on the aformentioned Jordan article, most of which I agree with wholeheartedly. [Truth About It]
  • Can the Wizards make the playoffs next season?  Looking at the competition, it's not that farfetched (though I think ultimately they'll miss by a few games). [Ben Standig, CSN Washington]
  • An argument that now is the time to trade Andray Blatche, while his value is still high.  My thought?  Sure, maybe, but don't pretend that Blatche has "worn out his welcome" in D.C., because that's false. [Dime]
  • Michael Lee is breaking down the Wizards 2010/11 schedule. So far, he's done October/NovemberDecember and January. [Wizards Insider]
  • Former Wizard Dee Brown is going to be with the Mavericks during training camp. [The Two Man Game]
  • John Wall is doing Yoga for the first time.  Maybe he should seek out Antawn Jamison for help. [Twitter]
  • This is non-Wizards, but if you're a fan of local high school hoops, you'll be happy to know that Quinn Cook's knee injury, which many felt would keep him out for his entire senior season, is less serious that expected. [SB Nation D.C.]
  • SB Nation's 76ers blog had a live chat about the Wizards. [Liberty Ballers]
  • Remember Etan Thomas?  The Atlanta Hawks just signed him [Michael Cunningham, Atlanta Journal Constitution]
  • One Hawks blogger is not thrilled, to say the least. [Hoopinion]
  • A couple days old, but here's a list of the top 35 and over athletes in D.C. history.  MJ makes it. [SB Nation D.C.]
  • Also a couple days old, but in response to the above article, a look at whether John Wall could have the best rookie season in franchise history. (Answer: probably not, but he'll be better than Kwame). [Truth About It]