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He fishes, goes to wine festivals, even kisses his girlfriend in full view at a Boston Celtics game.
Boston Celtics All-Star guard Rajon Rondo sat out his seventh straight game with an injured right wrist.
The NBA schedule-makers had to have foreseen this — what a 66-game schedule compressed into a four-month window would look like. There's the exhaustion, the mental fatigue and a lot of bad basketball.
With five minutes left in the game, John Wall drove to the basket and connected on a reverse layup. It put the Wizards up by 18 points, and slowly, a hint of a smile crossed Wall's face. He could sense a win, a badly needed win, for the only team in the NBA that didn't yet have one.
Andray Blatche broke out of his funk Monday night against the Celtics, scoring a game-high 28 points and adding nine rebounds, but it wasn't enough to pull the Wizards out of theirs.
No rest for the weary is a phrase that could easily apply to Wizards point guard John Wall.
Washington Wizards guard John Wall had his best game of the season — 19 points on 6 of 13 shooting and perhaps best of all: eight assists to one turnover. Wall's progress is a good sign, but the end result for the Wizards was the same as the first three, as they lost 94-86 to the Boston Celtics on Sunday night at Verizon Center.
That deflating sound you hear is the suspense beginning to leak out of the NBA season.
No lie here: Showtime is offering the premiere of its upcoming Don Cheadle and Kristen Bell comedy "House of Lies" early.