The Washington Wizards beat the Toronto Raptors 109-92 Sunday, but it won’t be the score that people are talking about 100 years from now. No. Basketball players, coaches and fans will be talking about the two bizarre double-screens that Amir Johnson and Jonas Valanciunas set at the start of the game. Johnson and Valanciunas may have revolutionized the game. Instead of standing shoulder-to-shoulder with their arms crossed in front of them, the pair put their arms around each other like they were you a young couple walking through the park.
They were not called for a foul.