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There was a whole lotta this going on last night.

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Best to just forget links:

  • There's an easy way to sum up this game: The Wiz looked like crap. If you're looking for a little more analysis, here's some recaps: [Us | SB Nation DC | AP | Washington Post (gamer, blog) | Washington Times | CSN Washington | WashingtonWizards.com | Hot Hot Hoops | Miami Herald | South Florida Sun-Sentinel (gamer, sidebar) | Hoopdata box score | Popcorn Machine]
  • Everyone kind of knew the Wiz were cooked once it was announced that Nene had to sit out the team's fourth game in five nights with a sore foot. [CSN Washington]
  • Postgame interviews. [Wittman | Beal | Crawford]
  • Trevor Booker will receive platelet-rich plasma treatment on his sprained right knee Monday. [Wizards Insider]
  • In a season plagued by injuries and ineffective play, Cartier Martin has suddenly become one of Randy Wittman's go-to options off the bench. [Us]
  • Tom Haberstroh feels sorry for Nene. So do we. [ESPN Insider]
  • Morris Almond has joined the Iowa Energy, the D-League affiliate shared by the Wizards and three other NBA teams. [Ridiculous Upside]
  • Awesome interview with local product and former Bullet great Bobby Dandridge. [SLAM]
  • A recap of yesterday's NBA games. [SB Nation]
  • Just to make all us depressed Wizards fans feel better, Ricky Rubio made his return for the T-Wolves last night. He played 18 minutes. And recorded nine assists, including this one. React accordingly.
  • Kyrie Irving dropped 41 on the Knicks with a broken face. [TrueHoop]
  • Remember when Kobe Bryant said he wanted to play the Washington Generals and we all joked that he was get the next best thing in the Washington Wizards? Well, the Harlem Globetrotters are doing their part to make Kobe vs. Generals actually happen. [ProBasketballTalk]
  • Who are some of the league's top trade candidates? [Yahoo! Sports]
  • The internet has been around long enough that sometimes it feels increasingly difficult to stumble upon things that are surprising and fresh. But then some dudes in Israel make a rap video about Gregg Popovich and fill the void for all of us. Thank you, Earth. [SB Nation]