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Topic - Earl Barron
No one was more surprised than Earl Barron.
Washington Wizards coach Randy Wittman must have felt like it was time to pull a rabbit out of his hat when his team faced the Orlando Magic on Wednesday at the Amway Center.
Breaking down the Wizards for the 2012-13 season.
"This league is a matter of being ready when your name is called," Barron said. "Coach threw me in unexpectedly, and I was ready to go out there and battle."
"At halftime, he told me I was going to start, so I just had to prepare myself," Barron said.