The Wizards’ Talk Is Cheap and Getting Old

November 23rd, 2009 by Joe G Leave a reply »
When is enough, enough?

We've heard all of the championship chatter from multiple players on the Wizards this season. Jamison believed. Butler had his take. Then you have the one guy who we expected to be a prognosticator who didn't talk, but now he does which leaves some asking after the latest set of media interviews whether he should go back to being Quiet Zero.

Gil told us last April that he doesn't want to be a distraction this season and laughed at the reports that he could be a handful for the next coach to deal with.

From the Washington Post, "I know everyone thinks I'm going to be the big head case," Arenas said. "But I don't fight with anybody. I don't fight with the coaches. I don't fight with the players. I don't really say anything—only to the media. I'm just a hype man. It's all smoke and mirrors with me."

So how is it that 12 games into the 09-10 season, a season where the expectations have been set at Championship, or bust and the Wizards are being mentioned in the same breath as their wonderful NFL counterparts who set up shop in Ashburn, VA?

This Wizards season has been nothing short of a soap opera and ...

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