The Washington Wizards released their 2012-13 regular season schedule on Thursday, the team will open up at the Cleveland Cavaliers on Oct. 30.
The Wizards' second and third games feature a home-and-home split with the Boston Celtics on Nov. 3 and Nov. 7. The Wizards will finish the season on April 17 against the Chicago Bulls.
Check out the full schedule here.
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With 14 All-Star game appearances between the two of them, the newly-created Chris Paul and James Harden backcourt is about as talented a pair as you'll find in the NBA.
Sure, like a lot of things in pro basketball today, the two are still behind the Warriors, who boast Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson. But after them, are they the best in the league?
On Wednesday's SportsTalk Live, CSN's Brian Mitchell made the argument that John Wall and Bradley Beal still deserve to be ranked higher than Paul and Harden. And he gave one clear reason why, which can be found in the video above.
Some may scoff at the suggestion that Washington's duo — who has four All-Star nominations to their names, all of which belong to Wall — beats Houston's. But as the STL segment shows, Mitchell isn't one of them.
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