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Washington Wizards star John Wall out indefinitely with injury

John Wall (2012 photo by Keith Allison via wikipedia commons)

Every NBA team has one player that they can’t play without.

Take the Washington Wizards.

The one player they can ill-afford to lose for any length of time is point guard John Wall.

The 24-year-old, 2-time All-Star is out indefinitely as his team is in a 1-1 dogfight with the Atlanta Hawks in the NBA’s other Eastern Conference semifinal matchup.

Wall has five nondisplaced fractures in his left wrist and hand.

The University of Kentucky product was hurt in Game 1 against the Hawks.

Game 3 is on Sunday at Washington and head coach Randy Wittman says the team is prepared to go ahead without Wall.

Washington misses much without the 6’4, 195-pounder. Wall is known for his blazing speed and explosive athleticism. Along with his ability to get to the rim using his speed, Wall also has a tremendous ability to pass the ball.

LA Clippers’ star Griffin top NBA rookie


Blake Griffin LA Clippers vs Washington on March 12, 2011 (photo by Keith Allison via wikipedia commons)

Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin was named the Rookie of the Year on Wednesday after a landslide vote, becoming the NBA’s first unanimous choice for the award in 21 years.

Griffin received every first-place vote from all 118 media members, easily beating Washington Wizards point guard John Wall.

The 6-foot-10-inch former Oklahoma star is the first to win the award unanimously since David Robinson of the San Antonio Spurs in 1990, and just the third unanimous selection in NBA history since Ralph Sampson in 1984.

Griffin’s season one one to remember, as he led all rookies in scoring, finishing 12th in the league at 22.5 and rebounding, finishing 4th in the league at 12.1. He played all 82 games for the Clippers, won the NBA’s slam dunk contest and was the NBA’s first rookie All-Star since Yao Ming in 2003.


compiled from Los Angeles Clippers & NBA news

Cavaliers close out toughest season ever with win

compiled from Cleveland Cavaliers news

Ramon Sessions (file photo)

The Cleveland Cavaliers ended year one after LeBron James, by defeating the Washington Wizards, 100-93.

The Cavs ended at 19-63, after going 61-21 last year before James left during the summer to play in Miami via free agency.

Ramon Sessions scored 27 points, J.J. Sessions had 15 to lead the Cavaliers.

Cleveland ended the year by winning four of its six games and went 6-6 in its last 12. A promising future looms for the team as they have two lottery picks in the first round and two second round picks of the upcoming NBA draft.

Joe Tait is officially retired (file photo)

The game marked the final broadcast of longtime Cavaliers radio play-by-play announcer Joe Tait, who is retiring. Tait started with the Cavs in their inaugural season in 1970-71 and broadcasted 39 of their 41 seasons. Due to heart problems this season, he was only able to broadcast the last month of the season.

Blazers center Oberto retires due to heart condition

Fabricio Oberto, Portland Trail Blazers center abruptly retired late last week because of a cardiac condition that caused heart palpitations.

Oberto, was in his sixth NBA season, signed with the Blazers a day before the start of the season to fill-in while centers Greg Oden and Joel Przybilla heal from knee surgeries.

Fabricio Oberto (file photo)

Oberto had experienced dizziness in a game against Milwaukee last Tuesday, November 2, 2010.

A native of Argentina, Oberto played four seasons with San Antonio, where he started at center for the Spurs’ NBA championship team in 2007. He spent the 2009-2010 season with the Washington Wizards.

In his NBA career, Oberto has played in over 336 career games, including 128 starts, averaging 3.2 points and 3.5 rebounds.

compiled from staff & Portland Trail Blazers news

With only a 10.3 chance of winning NBA lottery, Wizards are #1

compiled from staff, wire and NBA reports

Irene Pollin was present at the NBA Lottery with fellow Washington Wizards owner Ted Leonsis and all she wanted waqs to make one of her husband’s dreams come true and that was win an NBA Lottery.

Well, the Wizards won the draft lottery Tuesday night in Secaucus, New Jersey, moving up from the number 5 spot to earn the top pick in next month’s draft, when it will likely choose between Evan Turner of Ohio State and John Wall of Kentucky.

Irene Pollin (file)

Mrs. Pollin wore the 1978 Bullets championship ring of her late husband, longtime owner Abe Pollin, who died at age 85 in November.

The Philadelphia 76ers moved up from number 6 to the second pick and New Jersey will draft third.

The Wizards management are trying to pick up the pieces after the Gilbert Arenas gun episode and the trading away of Antawn Jamison and Caron Butler.

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