Anderson Varejao's game is typically more subtle than highlight generating. The center's value stems more from rebounding and heady play than direct point producing.
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WASHINGTON (AP) One day during training camp, Washington Wizards owner Ted Leonsis was shooting standing-still jump shots with face-of-the-franchise John Wall.
Competitive throughout and leading early in the fourth quarter, the Washington Wizards fell behind for good following an Andray Blatche-keyed 13-3 run and lost 98-88 to the Nets in the first game