The generation of social media we are living in today has bridged many connections between fans and the rest of the sports world, granting access to their favorite teams and athletes. The type of access our daddys would have only dreamed of attaining. So this year, WE are proud to offer Wizards fans a segment that will reveal the week’s top three Wizards-related tweets, Facebook statuses, Instagram uploads, perhaps an AIM away message even. Whether it’s posted by a Wizard or about a Wizard, we’ll be sure to find it, and expose it. Mike Andrews (mikeandrews89) continues our weekly tradition with his own findings and posts..
It’s Black Friday in more than one way for the Washington D.C. area. Not only can you go out and get great deals on TVs, cars and more, you can get the hottest gear for an 0-10 team on discount!
Thought you had a hold of that great 50 inch TV because you stood in line for six hours on a cold Thanksgiving night, only to find out they only had one in stock, and you were number two in line? Don’t worry! The Wizards thought they had a win on Wednesday night just like you did your TV, but I bet you didn’t celebrate like they did before it was called back.
But perhaps, the best summary that was seen on social media came from @DidTheWizWin
A simple arms-in-the-air managed to describe the feelings and emotions of every single Wizards fan. Was anyone really surprised? Nope. Thankfully, the fans are used to seeing every which way of losing possible, with Wednesday night as the perfect example. No point in getting mad, just throw your hands in the air and wait for the next game. It’ll be better in the future, right?