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Wake-Up Call: Wizards back on track, for now

Some links from Saturday night's big win as you enjoy your pancakes and discounted pizza.

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Happy Sunday everyone! Here are some items as you enjoy your Papa John's Pizza this early afternoon for brunch.

1. Wizards beat the Nets, 114-77 on Saturday night

Bradley Beal was out, but John Wall led all scorers with 17 points to lead Washington to their biggest win this season. Not only did they win this game by 37 points, but the margin of victory just kept growing and growing throughout the game. The lead was growing, and the Wizards' were going on all cylinders like the Energizer Bunny.

2. Postgame Pressers

After a big win like this, a lot of players will give their takes. Here are just some of those videos, all courtesy of Monumental Network:

3. Antawn Jamison returns to D.C.

Former NBA player Antawn Jamison returned to Washington on Saturday where he was formally named a member of the Bullets/Wizards Alumni Association. He was a guest on Monumental Network's Wizards Pregame Show with Jumoke Davis and Hayley Milon, where fans were quick to wave to the cameras (Just click here, watch the first part, and you'll see what I mean).

Jamison also received a formal welcome to D.C. during a television timeout, when the Verizon Center scoreboard played a video of his highlights. Great to see that he's back.

4. Mason Plumlee bumps into a Verizon Center waitress delivering beer and causes a mess!

If there is a runaway highlight of the game, it wasn't a John Wall dunk or a Kris Humphries block. Rather, it was Brooklyn post Mason Plumlee's collison with Verizon Center waitress Delia Barr. He did so trying to get a loose ball, but instead he bumped into a surprised Barr who was delivering beer to some fans sitting in the courtside and VIP areas.

Fortunately, fans who sit in these premium areas don't pay extra for beer that's on tap. In fact, they have a buffet that lasts from one hour before gametime until the fourth quarter. But still, Plumlee will probably earn a Shaqtin' a Fool honor for delaying some fans' beverage requests. For more reading, check out this recap from the D.C. Sports Bog.