Wizards Andray Blatche & JaVale McGee Christmas Eve Fight at Shadow Room | Robert Littal Presents BlackSportsOnline

Wizards Andray Blatche & JaVale McGee Christmas Eve Fight at Shadow Room

by Robert Littal | Posted on Saturday, December 25th, 2010
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Multiple sources yesterday reported that Blatche and McGee got into an altercation at the Shadow club in DC. It was one of those things that everyone had a different story about what happened, but all agreed something happened.

While there no arrests and the Wizards have dismissed it, but we have some clarification of what went down.

Witnesses have said that the players were screaming expletives at each other, but two league sources added that Blatche and McGee also exchanged several punches at the Shadow Room in Northwest Washington.

According to one source, speaking on condition of anonymity because he was not at liberty to speak on behalf of the team, teammate Al Thornton tried to step in and separate Blatche and McGee but was punched by a club bouncer. No arrests were made and no one was injured.

In two text messages, Blatche denied that he and McGee have any conflict, but admitted they did get physical in effort to avoid the disagreements going on around them. “Only one push cause we was trying to leave and it was fights around us. Why would we fight we are team mates.”

Either it was a fight over a woman or a fight over McGee making fun of Blatche for this.

Either way, they are lucky they are both not spending Christmas behind bars or that Gilbert Arenas no longer on the team because someone might have gotten shot.

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