Chris Singleton and free cereal


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We joke about getting athletes free stuff, and that’s not really our end game here. But most of the players we talk to are really accommodating when we ask them about silly things, like cereal. So if the reward for entertaining our offbeat questions is $29.32 worth of cereal, I’m okay with it.

Chris Singleton tweeted a pic of his haul, presumably sent by General Mills after the cereal company heard about the Wizards’ love of cereal. Hopefully Singleton wasn’t the only player gifted with breakfast goodness. Trevor Booker has a 21-bowl-a-week habit to support.

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