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Devin Robinson throws down amazing alley-oop dunk for Capital City Go-Go

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Devin Robinson throws down amazing alley-oop dunk for Capital City Go-Go

Friday was a not good night for the Wizards, Washington losing again to fall to 2-9 on the season.

But for Devin Robinson and the Capital City Go-Go, it might be their first night on the SportsCenter Top 10. 

In the fourth quarter of their G-League game against the Windy City Bulls, Go-Go guard Chris Chiozza got out in transition and threw up an alley-oop for Robinson.

For most, the lob would have been far too high, but the high-flying Robinson easily snatched it out of the air and threw it down with two hands over an unsuspecting Windy City defender. 

Now THAT'S how you put someone on a poster. 

The Go-Go ultimately won the game 117-108, the first victory in franchise history, Robinson scoring 16 points. Robinson's on a two-way contract with the Wizards, and if he keeps making plays like that, perhaps the Wizards should call him up?

In fact, Washington's other two-way player, Jordan McRae, poured in 41 points in the win over Windy City, and sniffed a triple-double with 14 rebounds and seven assists. 

Given the Wizards' struggles, it wouldn't be crazy to bring both up to the NBA squad to possibly inject some energy off the bench. 

But regardless, Robinson and the Go-Go confirmed they're a team worth watching despite their G-League status

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Isaiah Thomas wants to make it clear that Marcus Smart flops

Isaiah Thomas wants to make it clear that Marcus Smart flops

When you know, you know.

Washington Wizards starting point guard Isaiah Thomas gave his take on former teammate Marcus Smart's reputation for flopping. Spoilers: he flops.

Thomas, who is returning to Boston on Wednesday for the first time as a starter, was teammates with Smart during his run with the Celtics from 2014-17. He didn't hold back from interrupting reporters to make sure everyone knows that Smart flops. (See the entire sequence play out in the video above.)

Despite being familiar with Smart, don't expect Thomas to know everything about how the Celtics will prepare for the Wizards. Thomas pointed out that only two of his former teammates are still with the team.

His history with Boston means a lot to Thomas, but his only focus on Wednesday will be earning the victory.

"The love is genuine between me and the city," Thomas said. "Hopefully we can just win the game. That's the most important." 

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Wizards @ Celtics Game 9: Time, TV Channel, Live stream, how to watch

Wizards @ Celtics Game 9: Time, TV Channel, Live stream, how to watch

Beating the Boston Celtics is always special, but this one likely means a little more for Washington Wizards point guard Isaiah Thomas.

Thomas will be returning to Boston for the first time as a starter, where he became a scoring sensation and MVP candidate during the 2016-17 season.

The Wizards will be looking for a win against the Celtics, as the team has played to the tune of a 2-6 record so far in the young NBA season. Boston, on the other hand, has won seven straight after dropping their season opener.

WIZARDS @ CELTICS HOW TO WATCH

What: Washington Wizards @ Boston Celtics, Game 9

Where: TD Garden, Boston, Mass.

When: 7:30 p.m. ET

TV Channel: Wizards at Celtics will be broadcast on NBC Sports Washington (NBC Sports Channel Finder)

Live Stream: You can live stream Wizards at Celtics on NBC Sports Washington's live stream page and on the NBC Sports MyTeams App.

Radio: Wizards Radio Network, 1500 AM

WIZARDS @ CELTICS TV SCHEDULE

6:30 PM: Wizards Outsiders (LIVE)

7:00 PM: Wizards Pregame Live (LIVE)

7:30: Wizards @ Celtics (LIVE)

10:00 PM: Wizards Postgame Live (LIVE)

10:30 PM: D.C. Sports Live (LIVE)

11:00 PM: Wizards Talk (LIVE)

WIZARDS @ CELTICS INJURY REPORT:

Wizards: John Wall (OUT, Left Achilles rehab), Ian Mahinmi (OUT, Right Achilles strain), Jordan McRae (OUT, Finger)

Celtics: Gordon Hayward (OUT, Fractured hand)

WIZARDS @ CELTICS PLAYERS TO WATCH

Bradley Beal, G, Wizards (26.1 ppg, 4.8 rpg, 6.5 apg): Across 35.8 minutes per game, Beal is scoring 26.1 points per game, a career-high. Watch out for some buckets from Beal.

Isaiah Thomas, G, Wizards (13.2 ppg, 2.2 rpg, 6.2 apg): Thomas made his first start for the Wizards a week ago, and now he is set to return to Boston for the first time as a starter. Look out for a potential vintage performance.

Kemba Walker, G, Celtics (24.5 ppg, 5.1 rpg, 4.5 apg): The newest Celtic is leading the way in scoring for Boston and has been the Celtics' most efficient starter. Watch out for Walker in this one.

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