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Gilbert Arenas Slams ‘Ugly Chicks’ on Instagram

It’s good to be former NBA player Gilbert Arenas. The dude blew up while playing with the Washington Wizards then got himself a fat payday in 2008, signing a six-year, $111 million contract. 120 more words


The Rise and Fall of Gilbert Arenas

Gilbert Arenas, for a brief period of time, was one of the most prolific scorers in the NBA.  Arenas had a knack for making huge plays, clutch performances, and obnoxious antics, all of which made him a fan favorite in Washington D.C., home to Arenas’ Wizards team.   1,191 more words


Gilbert Arenas to Derrick Rose: You’re Worth What Someone Pays You

WASHINGTON (CBSDC) – Derrick Rose has taken some heat in recent days for some flippant things he said about people critical have how little he’s played this season, or in recent seasons. 538 more words


The Pains Of Being A DC Sports Fan

It’s an honor to be a DC sports fan, but it is also painful. For the past few years the sports teams in Washington, DC has disappointed many of their beloved fans. 672 more words

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DC will continue to rise: Preseason awards, what I'm worried about and pumped for, and overall getting ready for another thrilling Wizards season

Not since the days of Gilbert Arenas, Caron Butler, and Antawn Jamison have I looked forward to the Wizards opener this much. After last year’s enormous step forward, and a pretty well executed offseason (I know, weird right?), the WizKids look prime to continue trending upward and *changes voice from normal loudness to hushed whisper* compete for a spot in the Eastern Conference Finals. 1,908 more words

Out with the Old, In with the New

The Wizards are arguably a top 10 team in the NBA right now, and are arguably a much better team than they were during the Gilbert Arenas-Caron Butler-Antawn Jamison-era. 695 more words


Antawn Jamison: 'Whatever it has to do about winning, that’s Kobe Bryant'

During his 16 years in the NBA, former forward and current Time Warner Cable SportsNet analyst Antawn Jamison said the most competitive player he’s played with or against is Los Angeles Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant. 528 more words