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Meanwhile, the Wizards check up on their favorite 7-foot train wreck.

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  • The Wizards play in Denver tonight for the first time since the Nuggets traded Nene eight months ago. This, of course, means it's the first time the Wiz get to face off against their ol' friend Pierre, which should be fun. [Washington Post | Denver Post | AP | Nugg Love]
  • What's EpicVale been up to in Denver, anyway? [CSN Washington | Nugg Love]
  • Yesterday, Mike linked to Chris Broussard's story on ESPN Insider quoting a few NBA GMs and scouts essentially calling out John Wall for not living up to their expectations. Wall isn't sweating the noise, and his teammates aren't buying it. [Washington Examiner]
  • More on Wednesday's loss to the Kings. [Truth About It | Wizards Extreme]
  • Jordan Crawford was among the D.C. athletes to tweet about the incredible, amazing, stupendous, outrageous Manti Te'o hoax. [DC Sports Bog]
  • Bradley Beal has been pretty awesome this month. [Blog So Hard Sports]
  • Rumors that the Wizards had offered to trade Beal for Rudy Gay turned out to be false, but they nonetheless conjured up memories of the Wiz dealing away young talent for old. [Wizards Extreme]
  • The 76ers have signed Shelvin Mack to a 10-day contract. [Liberty Ballers | Philly Inquirer]
  • The Caps are back, which means it's time for Ted to ask you to support another D.C. sports franchise following a lockout. [Washington Examiner]
  • The NBA All-Star teams have been announced, and they're boring. [SB Nation | The Point Forward]
  • An independent inquiry into the NBA players union didn't exactly exonerate executive director Billy Hunter. [Yahoo! Sports]
  • Kevin Durant wanted to play for the Raptors as a kid, because all kids love dinosaurs. [Ball Don't Lie]
  • PER ain't perfect. [SB Nation]
  • Someone save Jack, please. [SB Nation]