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Andray Blatche runs out of gas on a New Jersey highway

Greg M. Cooper-US PRESSWIRE

The Brooklyn Nets' forward is still feeling the effects of Hurricane Sandy.

Brooklyn Nets forward Andray Blatche, like many in the tri-state area, is still feeling the effects of Hurricane Sandy. Earlier in the week, he posted pictures of his house flooding. This weekend, he got caught in a similar spot to many other residents: without gas and with nowhere to go to find it.

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Blatche eventually found a way out of his tough situation, but not before some not-so-helpful advice from former teammate Chris Singleton.

(Via Deadspin).

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