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Sports World Shares Insight On Kevin Durant Move To Golden StateThe sports world was shaken to its core when news broke of Kevin Durant officially leaving the Oklahoma City Thunder and taking his talents to the Golden State Warriors. A few prominent sports figures joined the Norris and Davis show to talk about the move.
J. Michael of CSN Comments On Durant To The WarriorsJ. Michael, Wizards Insider for CSN, joined the Norris and Davis Show to talk about Kevin Durant's move to the Golden State Warriors.
J. Michael Of Comcast Sportsnet On Kevin Durant Choosing Golden State In Free AgencyJ. Michael of Comcast Sportsnet joined Ed and Steve to talk about the Wizards and NBA free agency.
Former NBA Player Denied Seat On Train, Claims Possible RacismFormer Washington Wizard player Etan Thomas took to Facebook after he says he was denied a seat on a train.
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Tony Massenburg On The NBA Playoffs And The Warriors Historic SeasonFormer NBA player Tony Massenburg joined Ed and Steve to talk about the NBA playoff match-ups.
Holmes: Washington Wizards Not Living Up To ExpectationsTo put it bluntly, the 2015-16 Washington Wizards have not lived up to expectations.
Former NBA Player Walt Williams On The Terps Performance Against RiderFormer Terp and NBA-er Walt Williams on the current Terps and the NBA.
Phil Chenier On The Wizards Opening Night In OrlandoFormer NBA play and Wizards broadcaster Phil Chenier joined Ed and Steve to talk about the Wizards opening their season in Orlando tonight.
Harvey Grant On His NBA Career And His Twin Brother Horace GrantFormer NBAer Harvey Grant joined Ed and Steve to talk about his NBA career and that of his twin brother Horace.
D.C. Government Nearing Deal To Build Wizards Practice ComplexThe Washington Wizards will get a new, largely taxpayer-funded practice facility in a long-neglected corner of the city, the team and District of Columbia officials announced Tuesday.