I'm Back (Again) and Trevor Booker

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"LMAO! Bruh you funny!!" (I gotta get out of here)

Remember when Ernie Grunfeld got fired? Well... I do. I blacked out for 6 months out of pure enjoyment. It was documented here.  I didn't comeback to this site. I've told you guys before THIS SITE IS A DRAG. Thinking and writing about my favorite team and Ernie can do a number on you. In that time I watched now General Manager Tommy Shepperd run an organization as a competent GM should. He's done the complete opposite of what Ernie Grunfeld has done. The current team is young and in a learning process so there will be losing. At least they are not over priced veterans losing like the past years. This team will learn. There is hope... and that's all I've been asking for. Also in that time span I created a new site called fanrankings.com. Its a site where you rank the top 10 of your favorite athletes across multiple positions and sports. I'll talk more about it later. In the meantime check it out and rank (*cough*rank Bradley Beal high*cough*).

With this new found hope I'll be going to more games

Finally!!! Ernie is GONE

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Via Washington Post

I can't believe it right now. I thought this was a late April Fool's joke by a friend on Facebook. I'm really not prepared for this moment. Man, I love you guys. We got our basketball team back. I need to get my thoughts together. This is too much right now. AHHHHHH!!!!

A Reminder Why Ernie Needs To Be Fired Now Rather Than Later... Spoiler Alert: Dwyane Wade


As of today March 26, 2019 we are currently 96 days away from the 2019 NBA Draft. That is enough time to #FireErnie, find and hire a new General Manager of the Washington Wizards. The new GM can get his team in place to examine the team, get his scouting team in place domestically and internationally, and get the draft board ready. Every second counts and we can't wait until the end of the season to let Ernie go. If this doesn't happen we are doomed to repeat the past. And the past is telling us is to be prepared or we could miss out on a generational player like Dwyane Wade. Thanks Eddie Jordan...

First Round Asset Tracker: Tracking Ernie's First Round Picks & Trades

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FRAT: First Round Asset Tracker

A General Manager isn't going to hit on every first round draft pick. I think we all can agree on that. I think what makes a good GM in regards to drafting is of course getting the draft pick right more then you get it wrong and recovering from a mistake. In this case, we have Ernie Grunfeld which is notorious for making mistakes for that past 16 years and later I'll compare him to the multiple GM's that were in Toronto for that same span. In this post we're only focusing on his First Round Draft Picks and then track what he did with those assets whether he kept, traded, or let go in free agency. First Round Asset Tracker (FRAT). Here is an example

2007 – 1st Round Draft Pick [DRAFTED AT #16] Nick Young* [TRADED FOR] Nene, Brian Cook, 2015 2nd Round Draft Pick

  • Nene [FREE AGENT 16-17]
  • 2015 2nd Round Draft Pick* [TRADED FOR] Andre Miller and a 2014 2nd Round Draft Pick (Protected)
    • Andre Miller [TRADED FOR] Ramon Sessions [FREE AGENT 16-17]
  • Brian Cook [FREE AGENT 12-13]

Ernie just gets worse by every draft pick and trade
In 2007 Ernie Grunfeld drafted Shooting Guard Nick Young with the #16 pick. Outside of his shooting and some defense in his years as a Wizard he was a part of producing a bad culture here. In 2012, Young was a part of a package deal in a trade for Nene. The "*" you see next to Young's name means he was a part of a package deal on that trade which could include other players, draft picks, cash, and a Trade Player Exception (TPE). This trade actually changed the culture in DC so a win for Ernie here but when you look deeper this costed us three first round draft picks for four years of an older Nene. Nene in a way was a product of the 2007, 2008, and 2011 first round draft picks as you'll see later.

Ted Leonsis is the Billy McFarland of Fyre Festival

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And like the Fyre Festival was trying to pose as a real music festival the Washington Wizards are trying to pose as an actual NBA team. Nothing against any player on the Wizards just like nothing against some of the Fyre staff and the Bahamian men and women that worked day and night to try and make the festival work. It's not their faults. Both the Wizards and Fyre Festival failures are due to bad ownership and management. I mean, who gives the approval on signing a player like Ian Mahinmi to a big contract to backup and later replace a player like Marcin Gortat? You might as well go from sushi to a cheese sandwich.

Trevor Ariza Is The Only Thing To Show From Five 1st Round Draft Picks

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It all led to this

First Round Draft Picks from 2013-2017 so far has resulted in Trevor Ariza, Bobby Porter, Wesley Johnson, and Jabari Parker. The 2019-2020 season is expected to have only Ariza left due to expiring contracts. So five first round draft picks = Trevor Ariza. Bringing back Trevor Ariza is the only player we got from this. How? I'll expand on this in the future but I thought I'd have you think about this while you enter the weekend. Good work Ernie

New Addition to the List


I have to admit I had fun during the #KD2DC movement. I took it as fun as others took it as something serious. Compared to other teams who had the cap space why would he come here to a team that has a GM like Ernie Grunfeld? You think KD wanted to kick the ball out to Marcus Thorton and Ramon Sessions? 

After Plan B failed (Al Horford) Ernie Grunfeld went big heavy for some strange reason. Already with players like Marcin Gortat and Markieff Morris he had an epiphany. Ernie decided completely to go the opposite way of today's NBA. He decided to get even more big and slower signing 3 more cement footed paint congesting bigs when John Wall was begging (and still is) for some athleticism. You know Ernie likes to do the opposite of common sense. Remember when John Wall needed shooting and Ernie drafted Jan Vesely? Anyways here is the new addition to the list.
  • In a failed effort to sign Kevin Durant in 2016, (when everyone knew KD was not coming to Washington except for Ernie) Ernie signed these 3 players which yet again set the Wizards back for years to come
    • Signed Ian Mahinmi for 4 years, $64 million. A career average of 5.1 points and 4.3 rebounds. One of the worst contracts in the league right now next to....
    • Signed Andrew Nicholas for 4 years, 26 million. A career 6 points and 3 rebounds.
    • Signed Jason Smith for 3 years $16 million.
A combined $106 million dollars....

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