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Topic - Joe Dupriest
Still, nostalgia for the team's original nickname remains, and a Monumental Sports & Entertainment official said the organization will continue to market throwback gear to tap that interest.
"I don't see us changing the name to the Bullets," he told SBD. "But I see us using the Bullets with the Wizards mark and using that history a lot more."
Still, nostalgia for the team's original nickname remains, and Dupriest said the organization will continue to market throwback gear to tap that market.