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Trevor Booker Is Willing To Take His Opponents' Heads Off

Wizards rookie Trevor Booker is a no-nonsense guy that makes up for his lack of size with speed and toughness. He may not play much this year, since his skills are still a work in progress, but he's certainly not backing down from anyone.

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This is something he conveyed to the Washington Post's Michael Lee today, using words that probably make football fans cringe a little.

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Booker wears his motto tattooed across his chest. It reads, "I am free of all prejudice/I hate all opponents equally."

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"It's just when I get on that court and I see another jersey, I don't take any prisoners," Booker said, explaining the meaning of his tattoo. "When I'm on the court and my opponent tries to come at me, I'm going to try to take their head off."

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I'm messing around, of course, because clearly he doesn't mean that literally. Either way, I guess this means the Wizards' toughness quota is on its way to being filled.

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