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After the Wizards’ regulars turned what was about to be a blowout loss into a lopsided victory, Wittman gave the tenuous trio one last opportunity to play as a way of recognizing the contributions that they had made since training camp. “You always like to play guys like that more than you’re able to,” Wittman said. “That’s the tough part about, having a bunch of those guys in the preseason, especially with us. We needed to get guys on the floor playing together. But they were great. Practiced hard, played like they did. X has a lot of confidence. Josh knows how to play. He’s been around the block. Pop. It was good to get them in.”
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Childress, the sixth overall pick of the 2004 NBA draft, received almost four times more minutes than Silas and Mensah-Bonsu with Martell Webster sidelined because of a sprained left ankle. He scored five points, grabbed four rebounds and added a steal but was appreciative of the opportunity that he got to revitalize his career in Washington. “I’ve been around the league for a minute and I know that, you’re not always going to get playing time, you’re not always going to get a ton of touches,” he said. “You have to try and work through that and bring a bunch of other things to the table. I’m glad I came and we’ll see what happens in the future. I don’t have any expectations. Just kind of wait and continue to keep working and keep pushing.”
Two Basketball players from the National Basketball Association (NBA) in the United States of America (USA) are expected in Ghana next week to conduct series of clinics for Basketball players from July 29 -30. Loul Deng of Chicago Bulls and Nana Yaw Dwene “Pops” Mensah Bonsu formerly of Toronto Raptors, now with Empori Armani Milano of Italian League will be the resource persons for the three-day clinic scheduled for Accra, Kumasi and Cape Coast.
D.C. native Kevin Durant is known to show up during the summer and drop in on Goodman League games on occasion. The Thunder star rolled up to a game recently and was treated to this rejection at the hands of former NBA and George Washington University player Pops Mensah-Bonsu. Mensah-Bonsu is currently playing in Italy and last played for the New Orleans Hornets in 2011.
Pops Mensah-Bonsu had an agreement in principle with Cimberio Varese but in the last hours Olimpia Milano made a better offer for him and the British forward decided to accept the proposal of the club coached by Sergio Scariolo. Pops, whose agent is the same as Scariolo, had already the flight booked to join Varese this week and make his debut in the weekend against Vanoli Cremona when Olimpia Milano entered in the negotiations convincing the player to join them.