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Topic - Tony Massenburg
Tony Massenburg sits down and gives his take on the NBA All-Star game and what it means for the future of the Wizards.
The Wizards honored Martin Luther King Jr. teaching high school students about his legacy.
Washington may not have all of its players healthy for Tuesday's game, but Los Angeles is expected to have just 10 available.
Gary Williams, like so many other coaches, kept an eye on others in his profession for a variety of reasons.
"For him not to be here now, it's just weird, because his name has become synonymous with the university," said Massenburg, a member of Williams' first team at Maryland.