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10th Straight Loss is So Wizards

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They ran off the court in jubilation, arms raised in victory, believed they have finally broken through to win their first game of the season. By the time the Wizards reached the visitors locker room, they learned otherwise.

With just seconds left in overtime, Martell Webster rebounded a Kevin Seraphin miss and made the basket. The scoreboard registered a 102-101 Wizards victory. But after...

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