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Links: Maurice Evans Turned Down Offer To Join Washington Wizards' Front Office

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  • Here's a report stating that the Wizards wanted to bring Maurice Evans back next season as an executive, but Evans still thinks he can play a valuable role in NBA locker rooms. [USA Today]
  • The trio of Wall-Ariza-Nene never stood a chance against LeBron-Wade-Bosh. RIP fellas. [SB Nation]
  • This week SB Nation's NBA blogs are taking a look at each team's biggest rivals or, in the Wizards' case, which teams could potentially become rivals in the near future.
  • #WizardsRank continues with a countdown from Nos. 36 to 32. [Truth About It]
  • Craig Stouffer thinks a new NBA city might prove a good fit for Andray Blatche. [Washington Examiner]
  • We have to wait a bit longer to see whether the Wizards have improved on the court, but at least the team no longer carries three of the worst contracts in the NBA. [CSN Washington]
  • The always brilliant Lukas Kuba fills us in on Tomas Satoransky and the fate of the Czech national team in the EuroBasket 2013 qualifying tournament. [Truth About It]
  • Trevor Booker and John Wall (sporting some ridiculous glasses) showed up at SneakerBall on Tuesday. []
  • This Knicks blogger loves Wall and Bradley Beal, but sees the New York' taking a hypothetical seven-game series in five thanks to its front court. [Buckets Over Broadway]
  • James Harden would like a max contract. Ya don't say... [SB Nation | @Chris_Broussard]
  • What does LeBron's agent-switch mean for his old agency? [Ball Don't Lie]
  • Tracy McGrady is working out with the Spurs and Knicks in hopes of getting a contract. [Yahoo! Sports]
  • Hakeem Olajuwon has pretty much become the "Horse Whisperer" of NBA post players. [ESPN New York]
  • Kareem Abdul-Jabbar dunks babies. No context required. [Ball Don't Lie]
  • As president, Barack Obama has to delegate a lot of important tasks. But he's not about let you pick teams on the hardwood. [Vanity Fair | TrueHoop]