Washington Wizards Facing Big Decisions

February 4th, 2011 by Greg Starddard Leave a reply »
So how long do you wait for the rebuilding to show signs of life?  How long do you keep the current front office together, despite being win less on the road this year?  How long will the fans keeping buying tickets during a recession to see a losing team?

I'm not sure if  those questions are dominating the thinking of Washington Wizards owner Ted Leonsis, but everything coming out of Verizon Center in the heart of Washington D.C.'s Chinatown is looking kind of bleak. The Wiz are 0-24 on the road this year, and own—once again—one of the worst records in the National Basketball Association.

Hey, I'm not trying to burst your bubble, but Wizards basketball is horrible, and hard to watch. Yeah, John Wall is exciting at times, but that's the only attraction. I'm not sure if that's enough to pack the stands; Heck, I guess the Wizards front office would know more about that.  I'm also assuming they know the current state of affairs is boring and not really worth buying a ticket. 

Don't get me wrong, I respect General Manager Ernie Grunfeld. Heck, I'm old enough to remember the "Ernie and Bernie Show" at the Universi ...

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