Washington Wizards guard Garrett Temple plays great defense on Orlando's Victor Oladipo. While going for a steal, the Wizards guard knocked the ball lose off of Victor. The loose ball had a mind of it's own and took out a fan's beer courtside.
As the weather in Washington, D.C. drops below 60 degrees, most athletes typically arrive at their games in sweatsuits for comfort or suits for luxury.
Kelly Oubre, on the other hand, is going full gothic for the Washington Wizards' home-opener against the Miami Heat. Oubre is the self-proclaimed "Wave Papi," but tonight he is giving off a vampire-slayer vibe.
Maybe he didn't get the memo that Halloween is roughly two weeks from now.
For the sake of it still being October, let's call him "Spooky Papi."
His black belts and buckles match his rockstar lifestyle, but the bloody, disfigured skull accessory is one of the most ridiculous things we've seen at Capital One Arena. Ever.
Maybe there's a hidden meaning to it all, or maybe it's just yet another in a long line of Kelly Oubre fashion statements.
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Dwight Howard will not play in the Washington Wizards' season opener against the Miami Heat, NBC Sports Washington's Chris Miller has confirmed. The news was first reported by Chris Haynes.
Ian Mahinmi will start in his place as he did for a majority of the preseason.
Howard, an eight-time All-Star, has been dealing with a butt-injury ever since joining Washington this summer. This resulted in him missing all of the team's preseason matchups. He only has practiced with the team for a couple of days this week.
Earlier on Thursday morning, Howard was listed as questionable for this matchup.
Based on his absence during the preseason and limited work with the Wizards, Howard being out is not too surprising. If he would have played it likely would have been for limited minutes off of the bench.
Best-case for the Wizards is to rest Howard who has only missed 20 regular season games in the previous three seasons.
Howard is not that far off from starting his 15th season in the NBA. On Wednesday Scott Brooks said that Howard will travel on the first road trip with the team to the West Coast starting on Monday.
This story is developing and will updated as more information becomes available.
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