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Tales from the Booth: Wizards vs. Bucks 11/1/2014

Over a span of approximately 200 nights between the months of October and April, we spend 41 of them on the cross streets of F and 9th in downtown Washington, DC to bring home to you Wizards fans paramount basketball coverage from a more subjective angle. As bloggers who have been blissfully granted season credentials (thank you Wizards PR), we readily take the liberty of offering our experiences from each and every game we attend and thusly, we are happy to present a new featured post jam-packed with sights and sounds from the Verizon Center by way of our camera lenses and Vine accounts.

The Spectacle

Washington Wizards vs. Milwaukee Bucks


Early-bird fans got a front and center look at Wizards shootaround. They deserved it.



The untouchable Comcast duo of Chris Miller and J. Michael engaging in an off-camera pre-show discussion likely regarding the color coordination of their suits and ties.


Garrett Temple lighting it up from the corner during an early shootaround.

Samesies for The Truth from the top of the key.

Meanwhile, on the Milwaukee side of the floor: a coach and his three Bucks likely watching John Wall film on super-duper slow mo. Or they scored Larry Sanders’ Brazzers password.


Ex-Buck/now-Wizard Drew Gooden catches up with his old pal Zaza Pachulia. Probably discussing whether Zaza should give him the cheese platter he brought from Wisconsin now or after the game.


Wale preps for a pre-performance chat with Chris Miller. CMills looking like he’s memorizing his bars for a cipher battle.


One-handed Panda!

Marcin Gortat’s mohawk made it half way. Looks like he needs to stop reclining so damn hard in that Beamer.


John Wall loves the kids.


Customized Wizards jerseys, made-to-order.


The Wizards one and only Larry O’Brien trophy on display on the main concourse.


Fan activities include the “Stick your substantially smaller-sized head on a Wizards player’s body” area.


Someone told Old Man Marley over here that Paul Pierce was playing, and that it was still 2010.


Wizards’ CNN correspondent Wolf Blitzer with his ever so insightful pregame spiel.


This is your captain…John Wall.


The NBA’s motto of Everybody UP portrayed by the Verizon crowd during pre-tip rituals.


Following the game, Wizards offensive coordinator Marcin Gortat.


And finally, a look at the Wizards’ premature “Hustle Board”. Last season, John Wall led the team in both charges and deflections.


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