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Links: Are the 2012 Washington Wizards the worst in franchise history?

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No game yesterday, but still plenty o' links:

  • With Nene and Trevor Booker both sidelined with foot ailments, the Wizards were a bit flat against the Bucks. [Washington Post]
  • More analysis of Buck-Wizards from the guys at Truth About It.
  • The Wizards need a few more victories to avoid finishing with the worst record in franchise history. [Washington Post]
  • This is a depressing bar graph. [Washington Post]
  • Jordan Crawford wants to win eight more games and reach that oh-so-enviable 20-win mark. [Washington Examiner]
  • But do they really want to risk their odds (currently second-best) at landing Anthony Davis? [Washington Post | CSN Washington]
  • Frank Hanrahan thinks there's a trio of prospects to drool over. [CSN Washington]
  • Mike's now-legendary April Fools post got Sarah Kogod thinking, just what sponsors would each of the Wizards like to see on their unis? [D.C. Sports Bog]
  • Chris Singleton's decision to buy $10K worth of lotto tickets and his reaction after not winning the jackpot (shocker!) has gotten traction across the interwebs. Here's a sampling. [Yahoo! Sports | NBC Sports | Houston Press | International Business Times | Hollywood Gossip]
  • BNIE asks how much better the Wizards really are post-Nene trade and your opinion of Ernie Grunfeld.
  • Jordan Crawford's scoring is up since the trade, but is that just because he's jacking up more shots? Short answer: Yes. [CSN Washington]
  • Surprise! JaVale McGee and Nick Young haven't changed much since being traded. [Washington Examiner]
  • Carla Peay details NBA players' reactions to the Trayvon Martin shooting. [Washington Times]
  • Count Shaun Livingston as one of the few NBA players that can say joining the Wizards may have been their best career move.
  • The Wizard Girls are probably the best thing about the team this season (most seasons?). Oh, and in case you're wondering, they're "all natural." [D.C. Sports Bog]