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Wizards Complete Three-Team Trade

The Wizards, New Orleans Hornets and Memphis Grizzlies have completed a three-team trade.

The Wizards have acquired guards Javaris Crittenton (Memphis) and Mike James (New Orleans). The Hornets get Antonio Daniels from the Wizards and a conditional draft pick from Memphis that was initially acquired from Memphis in exchange for the draft rights to Juan Carlos Navarro on August 16, 2007. New Orleans also receives a conditional second round pick from Memphis.

The Wizards have waived PG Dee Brown to make room on the roster. Brown, who was signed to a partially guaranteed deal before the season, started 11 games but has recently seen his playing time reduced.

Daniels was at Verizon Center for practice today but was pulled off the court a short while ago. He is under contract for $6.2 million this season and $6.6 million next season.

Crittenton was a first-round pick of the Lakers last year (19th overall) and was sent to Memphis in the trade involving Kwame Brown and Pau Gasol. The Wizards liked him going into the 2007 draft and may have taken him had Nick Young not been available at 16.

James is a scoring point guard who fell out of the New Orleans rotation after winning the backup job to Chris Paul in training camp. He is owed $6.0 million this season and has a player option for next season worth $6.46. (He's not opting out of that.)

Not sure what this whole thing says about the Gilbert Arenas situation. I'm hearing from sources close to Arenas that he could be back on the court by mid-to-late January but neither Arenas nor the team has set a firm timetable.

A news conference is scheduled at 1 p.m. at Verizon Center. More updates after that.

By Ivan Carter  |  December 10, 2008; 1:04 PM ET
 
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Comments

The Wizards Should make this trade, I don't know about Crit though.

Posted by: 15600_sknfan | December 10, 2008 10:46 AM | Report abuse

I used to like Mike James' game but I admit I haven't watched him much in the last 1-2 years...his stats seam very poor now. Does anyone know why?

Posted by: cedric_lockhart | December 10, 2008 10:54 AM | Report abuse

Ivan, the salaries actually work for a 1-for-1 swap under the CBA. I imagine the Wiz want to add another player (Pech perhaps) to allow them to make the Crittenton trade for the Memphis pick.

Posted by: TheFunBunch | December 10, 2008 10:56 AM | Report abuse

If this goes through I just want to say thank you to AD for being there for us last year and backing up gil for those "good" years we had. Tough as nails and not afraid to get pummeled. Thanks for the memories AD

GO Team!!

Posted by: BurgwithaU | December 10, 2008 11:06 AM | Report abuse

So, how is trading away a real point guard for another shooting guard in a point guard body going to help us? We already have Juan Dixon, now we would have Juan Dixon 2.

Posted by: lameotron | December 10, 2008 11:06 AM | Report abuse

Can't they throw in Etan Thomas for good measure? I can always dream...

Posted by: psps23 | December 10, 2008 11:10 AM | Report abuse

Until the wizards have a leader that plays defense, they will never win. For as much as I like Antawn, he is their leader and he doesn't play any defense or set a defensive tone.

You can bring in all the coaches and systems and guards you want, but until AJ4 of someone else starts leading this team with a defensive tone, you're gonna see the same results.

Oh and that person isn't Gilbert either.

Posted by: Predator48 | December 10, 2008 11:19 AM | Report abuse

I like the deal for a few reasons. First, in Mike James we get backcourt scoring until Gil returns. Under Tapscott, that has been a weakness whihc he pointed out a week ago. OR, if we get Crittenton, we get a young big true PG who can develop and contribute. Most importantly though, we get AD's contract off our books. Not only is he always playing hurt (which I respect) he doesnt add anything to the team on offense or defense. EJ had a man crush on him for his veteran presence, but how much has Tapscott used AD's vet presence since he took over. He hasnt. If nothing else, these moves are at least something to keep me interested in the team avg. 1 win a month.

Posted by: ThatGuy2 | December 10, 2008 11:19 AM | Report abuse

I like the deal for us getting Crittenton. Big pg. Also helps Wiz shed some salary

Posted by: T-ROB | December 10, 2008 11:23 AM | Report abuse

Soooo... would this mean we would get Mike James or Crittenton? I think we're still talking about getting Crittenton here.

I think the trade would send Mike James to Memphis, AD to New Orleans, and Crittenton to DC, correct?

Posted by: sargeantmofo | December 10, 2008 11:25 AM | Report abuse

Antonio Daniels and Hornets PG Mike James both have two years remaining on their contracts (James has a player option for next year) so I do not see how this helps with the cap or the team. James is 33 years old and if you have not made it in this league by that age you are not going resurrect your career with a trade to a bad team. At least Javaris Crittenton is young but I do not like giving up a 2012 draft pick for him. By then the Wizards will have resigned AJ to another 4 year deal and Gil will be telling everyone he is almost ready to come back from his knee surgery. We will need the draft pick.

Making a trade that does not help the team is like firing EJ and replacing him with EdTap. It is like taking a junker to Earl Scheib’s for a paint job and trying to sell it like it was a new automobile. I am sorry that is how they run this organization isn’t it? My predication they make the trade and try to tell everyone what a great deal it is and is will get them into the playoffs.

Posted by: bulletsfan78 | December 10, 2008 11:30 AM | Report abuse

Don't really see this one. Mike James made a name for himself as a limited minutes backup on the Pistons title team in '04. He got a big FA deal and starting opportunities as a result. He's spent the last few years proving himself to be . . . a guy who's best suited a s limited minutes backup. He's not a bad player, but he's certainly not going to be a difference maker on a team like the Wiz.

On the Flip side, they're 4-15, so what can it possibly hurt? The deal does nothing to hurt the Wiz from a contract/money perspective, because both James and Daniels have one more year remaining. It's a low risk/low reward deal.

Posted by: kalo_rama | December 10, 2008 11:36 AM | Report abuse

I doubt Mike James will get much PT. this was all about Crittenton from the start.

In recent years, EG has done a pretty decent job with finding relatively unappreciated young talent (NY at 16th, JM at 18th, AB for what he's worth in 2nd round).

At least in terms of prying nuggets from other teams, I trust his head is screwed on right

Posted by: yukiwith2us | December 10, 2008 11:37 AM | Report abuse

Can we throw in AP, DS and ET for nothing?
I thought Dee was starting to play well, when given the time.
Hard to impress with 6 minutes of court time.
Also I am still a Juan guy, and look forward to his inspired play.
As for AD, apparently a good guy, hurt and aging quickly.
I can see Critt, but not James...

What do all the EG naysayers say now about the JCN creed that lasted on here all last year?

Posted by: maxman2162 | December 10, 2008 11:43 AM | Report abuse

If this was just for Crittendon I guess, I'm for it because he's got a ton of potential. But Mike James?? We're getting rid of an actual point guard in danels' for another shoot first pg in James.

Don't know about the brilliance of that one. I guess the guy is at least healthy unlike AD.

Gotta give love to AD, thought fearless player and just an all around good guy...good luck to him.

Posted by: insanity999 | December 10, 2008 11:44 AM | Report abuse

There is one very redeeming feature about Mike James that no one else on the Zards can do: he can shoot a 3 pointer.

Posted by: awb9h | December 10, 2008 11:50 AM | Report abuse

Well, the swap of AD and James is just a swap of contracts that expire in 2010. No change there. But you are trading a leader in AD for a complainer in Mike James. The Wizards are including the AD/James part of this just to allow the money to work for the addition of Crittendon.
The addition to Crittenton is the driver here. Ernie worked him out and likely considered taking him in '07, but took Nick Young instead.
I wonder -- after this trade goes through, can the Wizards trade James to New Orleans for Daniels after a certain amount of time has passed? Or is there some rule against that?

Posted by: disgruntledfan | December 10, 2008 11:51 AM | Report abuse

I like AD too, but he's of the same mold of Jamison (though less productive) -- you like him because he's a professional. He doesn't complain and he plays through injuries. But fact is, he can't shoot a jumper, he runs a slowwwww offense, and he's a step behind (or two) on defense. And his style of play -- getting banged on every drive -- makes him a constant injury liability. Yah, James isn't great, or good for that matter, but, what do we do if Daniels lands on his wrist or back again?

Posted by: awb9h | December 10, 2008 11:57 AM | Report abuse

James will be more than a throw in. Acquiring Crittenton is an investment in the future. in the here and now, with Daniels and Brown out and Crittenton being a 2nd year guy who's never played a significant role, Mike James will likely be either the starter or the primary backup behind Dixon while they bring Crittenton along.

Posted by: kalo_rama | December 10, 2008 12:00 PM | Report abuse

Mike James, an old shoot first point guard whose best days are well behind him.

As a smart guy once asked:

"HUH?!?!?!"

http://sports.espn.go.com/nba/players/stats?playerId=1051

Oh wait, Mike James will be off the books in time for the Lebron/DWade/Bosh sweepstakes. Yay!

Posted by: DC_MAN88 | December 10, 2008 12:06 PM | Report abuse

Best case scenario -- Mike James has the opportunity to start until Gil comes back. He psyched about starting after being nailed to the bench in New Orleans, is on his best behavior, and plays really well. It goes to his head, and he doesn't exercise his player option for next year, a la Bonzi Wells.

Posted by: disgruntledfan | December 10, 2008 12:08 PM | Report abuse

Ivan, does James's contract contain a buyout clause? Many player option contracts have a team buyout option attached, if that is the case the Wiz maybe planning to buy James out next summer.

As it is, James for Daniels would seem to give the Wiz a guard that can play at an uptempo pace. New Orleans gets a backup point guard that loves the pick and roll game which is the staple of New Orleans offense.

Crittenton is a guy that showed a lot of promise at Georgia Tech starting at point in the tough ACC as a freshmen. Like a young Arenas he needed to develop a jump shot, but he's very quick, tall and rangy, but handled the ball very well. Very similar build to Strawberry from Maryland, but more point guard skills.

He's hardly been on the court in the NBA, got traded to Memphis in his rookie year and is stuck behind two other young points. Key is, has he been working on his game or sulking from lack of playing time?

He was very highly regarded coming out of college after one year, I thought he should have played another season or two. But he's young and talented, and big enough to guard many two's. In time he could be an excellent pairing with Arenas in much the same way that Hughes was.

Talented enough to take over the point duties on offense and big enough to defend which ever guard is the tougher matchup on the other team. That would free Arenas to become more of a scoring combo guard much the way Iverson was able to play in Philly when paired with Snow.

He might be worth the gamble of an extra draft pick that could actually end up being a 2nd rd pick or cash at some future date anyways.

James for Daniels seems to really be pretty much a wash. Daniels is a tough as nails competitor that deserves to be on a playoff team. The Wiz need to start to look at giving time to a developing young point which Crittenton would seem to be.

Posted by: flohrtv | December 10, 2008 12:08 PM | Report abuse

Its seems like the trade is a DONE deal

http://sports.espn.go.com/nba/news/story?id=3759656

Posted by: wiz-skins07 | December 10, 2008 12:18 PM | Report abuse

Wow, Mike James is already 33 (turning 34 by the draft next year). James makes slightly (about $200K) less than Daniels and both their contracts expire after '09-'10, so the team would not be picking up any additional years, as it pertains to 35 y/o point guards...

Posted by: -CN- | December 10, 2008 12:21 PM | Report abuse

DO IT!

DO IT NOW!

- Ray

Posted by: rmcazz | December 10, 2008 12:25 PM | Report abuse

Hey guys, look at it this way. Maybe Stevenson is next to go.

- Ray

Posted by: rmcazz | December 10, 2008 12:26 PM | Report abuse

Yes Sirrrrr! I am with this deal 110%. I must admit I do not know a thing about Crittenton, but I do know about Mike James.

I used to love his game when he played with the Pistons. Now folks you will now see "ball hawk" perimeter defense from a "big" 1 guard. The dude can score too.

Oh yes, this is a great deal if it is true. We now will have a young backup point guard to groom behind Gilbert.

I have never seen Crittenton play before, so I am excited to see what he can bring to the table. Folks don't sleep on Mike James. The dude has some game, plus he plays defense like the way you would think Stevenson is "supposed" to be playing. Just watch and enjoy......

Posted by: BulletsFever | December 10, 2008 12:26 PM | Report abuse

"Yes Sirrrrr! I am with this deal 110%."

http://sports.espn.go.com/nba/news/story?id=3759656

Me too and it's a done deal apparently. EG has restored my faith after bashing him for the last couple months.

Crit can play and he's a legitimate PG. Sorry Dee Brown, but I never thought you were any good.

Good job EG!

- Ray

Posted by: rmcazz | December 10, 2008 12:31 PM | Report abuse

Good link, Wiz-Skins07, finally, ESPN giving props to the Post for breaking the story. So, does James have an attitude issue, I sure hope not, since he's only had one good year chucking up shots for Toronto 3 years back. Good news is, he's 75% from 3 point land this year, though he only made 3 shots...

Posted by: -CN- | December 10, 2008 12:31 PM | Report abuse

I like Dee Brown, but I would have been quite upset if they had let Juan Dixon go. Not sure the trade is the right move, but if they have to let someone go I think they picked the correct guard.

Posted by: gburggal | December 10, 2008 12:34 PM | Report abuse

I think trading AD and DB for those 2 guards is an upgrade. And Mike James is in the last year of his contract i believe

Posted by: T-ROB | December 10, 2008 12:36 PM | Report abuse

correction, got a player option. But at least he can shoot and score a little better than AD

Posted by: T-ROB | December 10, 2008 12:38 PM | Report abuse

I think they are all in the same with the exception of age and money meaning JD Mike J, and Crit. Production is the same. You can give J. Crit the upside since he's younger. Honestly to me the Wiz don't need a guard at all, they need a 6-10 - 7" 0' machine who can play"D"

Posted by: 15600_sknfan | December 10, 2008 12:40 PM | Report abuse

well, agree or disagree, you have to admit the timing is right. I see crittendon as being a nice attractive piece in next year's coach hunt. And we've already given up on this year, so playoff aspirations have no bearing, and won't prevent a sensible deal from happening.

Posted by: jones-y | December 10, 2008 12:41 PM | Report abuse

Thank you AD for being a mature, worthy addition to the Wiz. Good guy, always liked him.

Anyone think that including him in the deal was a favor to him by EG? Instead of having AD here, losing minutes to his replacement, EG got him dealt to a contender.

Posted by: Kev29 | December 10, 2008 12:41 PM | Report abuse

"Honestly to me the Wiz don't need a guard at all, they need a 6-10 - 7" 0' machine who can play"D""

Normally I would agree but the Wiz, until today, had NO legit PG who can run an offense effectively.

I am very down with this trade, the Wiz just got better and that's really the point of trading.

I'm very excited about this trade.

- Ray

Posted by: rmcazz | December 10, 2008 12:43 PM | Report abuse

Good link, Wiz-Skins07, finally, ESPN giving props to the Post for breaking the story. So, does James have an attitude issue, I sure hope not, since he's only had one good year chucking up shots for Toronto 3 years back. Good news is, he's 75% from 3 point land this year, though he only made 3 shots...

Posted by: -CN- | December 10, 2008 12:31 PM

CN - You are going to like what Mike James brings to the table, trust me. Just watch that "in your chest" defense the dude brings on the court.

You remember him with Toronto, but I remember him when he was with the Pistons. He and Linsey Hunter play some of the best man to man defense for guards you will ever see.

James has something to prove, and the point guard spot for us is wide open right now, for his taking. Just watch how well our defense improves once he gets here.....

*** Good job Ernie, being able to trade AD and him also having an injury. Thanks AD for all you have brought to the Wiz.....

Posted by: BulletsFever | December 10, 2008 12:43 PM | Report abuse

And when was the last time the wiz made ESPN's front page???

Posted by: jones-y | December 10, 2008 12:43 PM | Report abuse

Even if this doesn't signal a trade/release for DSS, it at least brings in someone (James) who can take away his minutes.

It's a step in the right direction. AD wasn't really helping the team this year, and Crit is an upgrade over Dee Brown.

Maybe Pech and Etan can help DSS feel his face down at the end of the bench.

Posted by: bryc3 | December 10, 2008 12:44 PM | Report abuse

And when was the last time the wiz made ESPN's front page???

Posted by: jones-y | December 10, 2008 12:43 PM

The last 40 times Gil got hurt

Posted by: Kev29 | December 10, 2008 12:45 PM | Report abuse

Think about this athletic comination off the bench:
Critt, Young, McGuire & Blatche. Let Javale run with that crew and things could get scary. If Ernie pulls this off then hats off to him. Javaris is very talented and has been stuck in a political situation down in Memphis (throw in for the Kwame deal). He is aggressive in going to the hole and doesn't fall in love with shooting jumpers all day.

Posted by: elfreako | December 10, 2008 12:45 PM | Report abuse

"Not sure what this whole thing says about the Gilbert Arenas situation."

Ivan,

Last night Phil said Arenas told him he's in NO pain and just shooting but not running(per team doctor's instructions).

Sounded like everything was on schedule, but if he's not currently running I can't see him back in a month.

Can you?

- Ray

Posted by: rmcazz | December 10, 2008 12:46 PM | Report abuse

I think this is a slight upgrade. Dee Brown was too small to guard anyone, Daniels would let anyone go to the rack. The only things Daniels did well was take the ball to the hoop with no regard. How long has he been in the league and he still can't hit a jump shot to save his life. James is a little old, but he will play good perimeter defense and will setup the scorers in the offense or will score if he needs to. I hope Jamison is the next to go. He's a soft player who plays zero defense and that's your leader? He doesn't even go up strong on the offensive end.

Posted by: jmagic | December 10, 2008 12:46 PM | Report abuse

Dee Brown has little upside. Antonio Daniels is nearing the end of his career at age 34 and commands a salary way in excess of his contributions.

This is a potential win for the Wizards if Crittenton develops into a solid NBA player.

The move to add 2 new backcourt players seems to me as a sign that Arenas is not expected back anytime soon and the club is trying to cobble together a roster that can play .500 or better ball for the balance of the season to nose around the #8 playoff spot.

It's a real shame that the Wizards ownership and front office were so quick to sign Arenas to a deal that basically torpedoes this team for the next 4-5 years if he is physically unable to perform as expected.

I could understand if he had lead the Wizards to a championship or two and the team was showing faith in him to return to form. But the best Washington ever did with Gilbert ON the court was 45-37.

And that was 3 years ago.

Posted by: leopard09 | December 10, 2008 12:47 PM | Report abuse

Grunfeld wasn't doing Daniels any favors. He's the only guy on the team with the right combo of salary size, contract length, and extendability to make the deal work.

"Normally I would agree but the Wiz, until today, had NO legit PG who can run an offense effectively."

They still don't.

Posted by: kalo_rama | December 10, 2008 12:47 PM | Report abuse

This trade simply depends on how good Crittenton is going to be. Don't forget, that first round pick is essentially worthless, because its the one we got in the JCN deal. It's lottery protected (even more protection actually, I think it's top 18 or 20 protected) for the next 4 years I think, so we wouldn't get the pick until Memphis made the playoffs. If Memphis didn't make the playoffs, that pick becomes a 2nd round pick, and then becomes cash. So basically, at best, that pick would become the #20 pick in two years or whenever they would make the playoffs.

So in reality, we're trading this late 1st or 2nd round pick and waiving Dee Brown for Crittenton, who will probably split time with Juan and Deshawn at point. We're not losing anything significant except for the fact that we have zero established PG on our roster right now, but at least Crittenton will get a chance to play.

On a side note, we all love AD and everything he's done for the Wizards. I'm glad to see he'll get a chance to go after another title down in New Orleans, and I hope he gets it.

Posted by: J-Wiz | December 10, 2008 12:49 PM | Report abuse

The only question I have about Crittenton is why was essentially buried behind a relative midget in Kyle Lowry. Maybe that's why James is part of this deal.

Posted by: learnedhand1 | December 10, 2008 12:49 PM | Report abuse

"This is a potential win for the Wizards if Crittenton develops into a solid NBA player."

Look at it this way, now maybe they can finally move Areanas to the 2 spot when he gets back and where he *should* be.

I've been saying for YEARS the Wiz need a legit PG, and I think they have one now.

- Ray

Posted by: rmcazz | December 10, 2008 12:49 PM | Report abuse

Please trade E. Thomas next and WHY did we ever match the Milwaukee deal??? I swear they signed him to the offer sheet just to see how dumb the Wizards were and the Wizards jumped at the bait.

Posted by: jmagic | December 10, 2008 12:53 PM | Report abuse

Next season's Wizards...?

Gilbert Arenas
Andray Blatche
Caron Butler
Brendan Haywood
Antawn Jamison
Javaris Crittenton
Mike James
JaVale McGee
Dominic McGuire
Darius Songaila
DeShawn Stevenson
Etan Thomas
Nick Young
Blake Griffin/Hasheem Thabeet/BJ Mullins?

Posted by: Kev29 | December 10, 2008 12:54 PM | Report abuse

Finally, they addressed the backcourt. Or tried to.

I have no idea as to whether James has anything left or Crittenton is ready but they have to be - simply have to be - better than what they currently have.

EG is acknowleding that Brown for Mason (broadly speaking) was a dumb move.

I guess nobody was going to take Stevenson?

Now, is there a body out there that can bang in the middle? Anyone?

Posted by: SteveMG | December 10, 2008 1:00 PM | Report abuse

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Javaris_Crittenton

It's funny, they have already updated Crits Wiki. :)

- Ray

Posted by: rmcazz | December 10, 2008 1:01 PM | Report abuse

Thank you Ivan and Michael for picking up your reporting efforts. Much better. The last few threads have improved significantly and actually stimulated some good posts and discussion.

Posted by: ThatGuy2 | December 10, 2008 1:04 PM | Report abuse

James & Critter probably won't play until Saturday, since they need to take their physicals. Be great to see them tomorrow night, but these things take a least a couple of days. I sure hope James is still that pesky defender that BulletsFever recalls from the Piston teams. 33 is kinda old to be chasing guys around, but hopefully he's still got some gas in the tank.

Daniels was a consummate professional here, just that one clash during Jordan's last days about whether he was healthy enough to play. Other than that, he & Jamison played the Cavs tough 2 years back when Arenas & Butler were out of the '07 playoff series, though the team was swept...

Posted by: -CN- | December 10, 2008 1:09 PM | Report abuse

Didn't look like Memphis got anything from the trade, based on the post by Ivan, did I miss something? Thought the conditional pick was going back to Memphis, but it looks like New Orleans has it, along w/ a conditional #2...

Posted by: -CN- | December 10, 2008 1:10 PM | Report abuse

An interesting result of this trade --

At the beginning of the season, Gilbert had two veteran point guards to counsel him: Eddie Jordan and Antonio Daniels. Now both are gone. (And you probably don't want Mike James giving anyone advice.)

Since Gilbert clearly needs guidance on becoming a better point guard, there is now a need for getting an assistant coach or head coach (Avery Johnson?) with NBA experience as a point guard.

Posted by: disgruntledfan | December 10, 2008 1:20 PM | Report abuse

I like that trade because it seems we beef up shooting (3pt in particular) and it seems like Daniels gets to go to a good team in New Orleans with Chris Paul.
I am glad we didn't part with Dixon or Stevenson though. I know there is a lot of Stevenson bashing lately but when his game is on he really makes a difference for the team (IMHO).

Posted by: sammy5 | December 10, 2008 1:21 PM | Report abuse

Oh, I also hope Brown gets picked up by another team since he did do a decent job at trying to fill a very tall order in filling in for Arenas.

Posted by: sammy5 | December 10, 2008 1:27 PM | Report abuse

It's basically a wash stat wise Daniels and James, except with James 3Pt percentage being much better, and he is 2 inches shorter than Antonio. Now what do we do with another PG in Crittenton? Take over Dee Brown's already limited 10 minutes per game? If he's quicker than James, he might be more useful for the future.

But what we really need is an upgrade to SG. Larry Hughes now or better yet Dwayne Wade in 2010.

Posted by: rickgonz | December 10, 2008 1:29 PM | Report abuse

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Javaris_Crittenton

It's funny, they have already updated Crits Wiki. :)

- Ray

Posted by: rmcazz | December 10, 2008 1:01 PM

That was me! I updated Mike James and Antonio Daniels too, haha

Posted by: KShark28 | December 10, 2008 1:29 PM | Report abuse

Well, Crittenton is actually going to take over not only Dee Brown's minutes, but also AD's minutes. Mike James isn't a point guard, the only true PG we have on our team is Crittenton right now. Though I'm sure we'll also let Juan, Deshawn and NY bring the ball up.

Posted by: J-Wiz | December 10, 2008 1:31 PM | Report abuse

"But what we really need is an upgrade to SG."

That would be Arenas, if they can convince him to make the move.

- Ray

Posted by: rmcazz | December 10, 2008 1:32 PM | Report abuse

To Antonio Daniels, thank you for all the hard work, blood and guts though no glory for you in this town. I am hoping that you will be traded back to San Antonio sometime in the future so you can be back with your boys.

Posted by: rickgonz | December 10, 2008 1:33 PM | Report abuse

Crittenton isn't bad during garbage time:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Tyv6dE8QZw

Posted by: lameotron | December 10, 2008 1:37 PM | Report abuse

Good luck during the rest of the season, Wizard fans. My time as a Wizard fan has come to an end.

Posted by: kebzach | December 10, 2008 1:37 PM | Report abuse

Long time listener first time caller...
I am a Bullets fan living in Los Angeles so I obviously watch a lot of Lakers games. I've seen Javaris Crittendon in summer league games and some blowout fourth quarters and can assure you, the Lakers scout well and draft well. This kid was never going to get PT in LA, as Phil would rather play Lamar Odom at the point than give a rookie Playing time on his contending team and he walked in behind Derrick Fisher and J. Farmer. In a few years this guy can be what Antonio Daniels was ten years ago. A long slasher with a handle, a good attitude and loves to play basketball. I like the trade.

Just wish the Wiz front office watched and read a little lakers basketball so they could see how a legit front office operates.

Posted by: LosScout | December 10, 2008 1:39 PM | Report abuse

Ivan,
Did the Wiz go over the luxury tax with this trade? If so, I think it's the worst move by this franchise since trading Ben Wallace to get Ike Austin. Seriously.
Thanks for all the hard work!

Posted by: JEp1 | December 10, 2008 1:41 PM | Report abuse

Good luck during the rest of the season, Wizard fans. My time as a Wizard fan has come to an end.

Posted by: kebzach | December 10, 2008 1:37 PM

Thanks for the loyalty! Way to jump ship after some reserve guards are on the move!
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Just wish the Wiz front office watched and read a little lakers basketball so they could see how a legit front office operates.

Posted by: LosScout | December 10, 2008 1:39 PM

Were you saying that after the Lakers got Kwame for Caron?

Posted by: Kev29 | December 10, 2008 1:42 PM | Report abuse

I mean we're talking about SIX FOOT FIVE guard who can run the point.

If that alone doesn't get you excited, then nothing will.

Also something to consider. While EG's draft choices so far have been "ehhh" his trades have been pretty darn good. This is going to be right up there with the Caron trade.

I loved AD, but his best minutes are at the end of the game going to the hole and drawing the foul. The Wiz have clearly gone away from that, and those touches went to Arenas at the end of the game.

Now if they can unload some more dead weight sitting on the bench *cough*Etan*cough*Stevenson*, I would be even more happy.

- Ray

Posted by: rmcazz | December 10, 2008 1:46 PM | Report abuse

I've always respected AD, but I think this trade has a fantastic upside over the longer term. Check out this highlight clip from Lakers-sixers in Javaris' rookie year. Not a great jump shooter, but the guy is really, really explosive and is strong enough to finish at the rim with contact. He shows some nice aggression on D as well.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Tyv6dE8QZw

I think JC could create a lot of opportunities for NY out there, since with JC attacking the rim, NY is going to get more wide-open looks.

Posted by: pjkiger1 | December 10, 2008 1:46 PM | Report abuse

Now if we can just unload STEVENSON we'll be set!

Posted by: DudeCameron | December 10, 2008 1:47 PM | Report abuse

Thanks for the loyalty! Way to jump ship after some reserve guards are on the move!

Posted by: Kev29 | December 10, 2008 1:42 PM

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I'll be honest with you- I couldn't care less about the Wizards. I'm an Illinois Fighting Illini fan who only followed the team to track how Dee Brown was doing. If I want to watch crappy NBA basketball, I'll use my Milwaukee Bucks season tickets and enjoy the craptacular display. No need to duplicate that with the Wizards.

Posted by: kebzach | December 10, 2008 1:50 PM | Report abuse

You should see what www.dalockerroom.com has to say about this

Posted by: ceo22 | December 10, 2008 1:53 PM | Report abuse

I think this is a terrible trade, as mentioned before. Although Mike James can make some passes, he isn't a pass first guard, and are hoping he can add some much needed offense with the absence of Arenas. He can score, don't look past that, but as mentioned the Wizards, need to focus on defense first because points can always be generated from somewhere. We should have traded Jamison to the Pacers, for Jermaine Oneal. He could put up numbers as "good" as Jamison or better and is a post presence that could open up the floor for shooters and plays much better defense.

Posted by: tpwatson1 | December 10, 2008 1:57 PM | Report abuse

Hey folks i know you wanted EG to trade an average player for a great player but that is not how it works. most of you are not real wizards fans, you just moved to the area to work here. You can tell real DC sports fans, they support their teams not trash them.

Posted by: gdavis4 | December 10, 2008 2:00 PM | Report abuse

did a little research for u all

The tax level for the 2008-09 season has been set at $71.150

current wizards salaries add up to 69,436,357

the exchange of daniels for mike james saves 200,00...so our salaries would add up to 69,236,357.

dee browns salary for the season was 711,517...so subtracting that our salaries add up to 68,524,840..add crittentons salary of 1,381,560 and the total salaries of the wizards is:
$69,906,400

so this leaves us $1,243,600 under the luxury tax limit...i think the washington post should hire me...hahaha

source is hoopshype.com

Posted by: jasonma1 | December 10, 2008 2:01 PM | Report abuse

btw the luxury tax level is $71,150,000

Posted by: jasonma1 | December 10, 2008 2:02 PM | Report abuse

The sad part of this story is that without the BIG 3 running at full speed...you can wheel and deal all you want....it just won't work....... .500 would just be a pipe dream.....

SAD.....but TRUE......

Posted by: unc1dmo | December 10, 2008 2:03 PM | Report abuse

But what we really need is an upgrade to SG. Larry Hughes now or better yet Dwayne Wade in 2010.

Posted by: rickgonz

2 upgrades are already on the roster:

(1) Nick Young

(2) Dominic McGuire (or Caron)

Posted by: psps23 | December 10, 2008 2:04 PM | Report abuse

If Crittenton climbs into the starting lineup, Gilbert would gladly pair with a guy that can take over the playmaking duties AND guard the tougher matchup at guard.

Ideally Crittenton could create the kind of pairing with Gil that Snow/Iverson had in Philly. Crittenton has many of the same strengths that a young Larry Hughes did. He doesn't have a great shot, unless he developed while warming up, since he's seen almost zero court time since being drafted.

This is a case of a team having a guy on their short list to draft and keeping an eye out to see if he became available. When he was at Georgia Tech the kid could really play for a freshmen, he lead them to some big wins. And the ACC isn't an easy league for freshmen point guards to start.

Longterm this could be a very good deal for the Wiz. GM

Posted by: flohrtv | December 10, 2008 2:04 PM | Report abuse

Ivan,
Did the Wiz go over the luxury tax with this trade? If so, I think it's the worst move by this franchise since trading Ben Wallace to get Ike Austin. Seriously.
Thanks for all the hard work!

Posted by: JEp1 | December 10, 2008 1:41 PM

There is no way ABE will let EG go over the luxury tax.

Posted by: bulletsfan78 | December 10, 2008 2:05 PM | Report abuse

There's an error in your post. New Orleans does not get the Wizards' conditional pick, Memphis does.

http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/news;_ylt=AkMStTuLfDeq5C_dGtJ15KO8vLYF?slug=aw-nbatrade121008&prov=yhoo&type=lgns

Posted by: sargeantmofo | December 10, 2008 2:06 PM | Report abuse

This trade will not make the Wizards a playoff team (which is a good thing they need a good draft pick next year), but it does add some youth. It is time to play JC pg, NY sg, CB sf, AB pf, JM c, AJ 6th man and lets see what the young guys can do. It is time to look towards the future, if you look at the past the only thing in the rear view mirror is a first round playoff lost.

Posted by: bulletsfan78 | December 10, 2008 2:07 PM | Report abuse

This sucks. AD was a class act and gave up his body on the court.

The only good thing is that now he will be playing for a contender.

Posted by: Lisa_R | December 10, 2008 2:09 PM | Report abuse

If Crittenton climbs into the starting lineup, Gilbert would gladly pair with a guy that can take over the playmaking duties AND guard the tougher matchup at guard.

Longterm this could be a very good deal for the Wiz. GM

Posted by: flohrtv | December 10, 2008 2:04 PM

I agree it could and hopefully will be a good long term deal. I don't know if Crittenton starts when Gil's healthy though. I don't think Gil will be into that and Tapscott won't rock the boat that strongly. Looking at Gil, DS, CB, AJ, McGee in the second half of the season, but there will be some rotations with Gil and Crittenton, I'm guessing.

Posted by: Kev29 | December 10, 2008 2:11 PM | Report abuse


"Were you saying that after the Lakers got Kwame for Caron?"

No I was saying, nice work EG & I guess Lakers have to give up something to resign Kobe, might as well be a player (great player) that plays a lot of minutes at the same position. Kwame was a cap move for the Lakers. That's why the Lakers are contending, they have enough good players stock piled that they can move a player to make themselves better without having to rebuild the whole freaking team. STILL A BULLETS FAN! Even if we underachieve...as an orginization in one of the leagues best basketball markets.

Posted by: LosScout | December 10, 2008 2:14 PM | Report abuse

"When he was at Georgia Tech the kid could really play for a freshmen, he lead them to some big wins. And the ACC isn't an easy league for freshmen point guards to start."

Exactly, everything you said...and he's SIX FOOT FIVE!

And to one of the posters above, I think we're all smart enough to know this is for the long haul not just this year. Until the Wiz get to .500 there's no point even talking about playoffs.

But I do think this was a really good trade for the Wiz.

- Ray

Posted by: rmcazz | December 10, 2008 2:14 PM | Report abuse

Interesting trade. Apparently Crittenden is a true point, not much of a shooter but potentially a guy who can run the team. Being 6'5" doesn't hurt.

A good question as to why he doesn't play more at Memphis. Still, the Grizz are thick with guys who need the ball in their hands (Mayo, Gay, Conley). Lowry doesn't get that much action either.

Is this what the Wiz need most? I hope so, but I doubt it. Crittenden is 21. Be a stretch to think the older players will respond to him. Maybe in a couple years.

Boston would be the exception.

If I had my druthers, I'd have picked up a midcareer guy with credentials, somebody who can settle and focus the team when they get scattered (which they do). Chris Duhon, Steve Blake, that sort of player.

If wishes were Maseratis, then...

Posted by: Samson151 | December 10, 2008 2:18 PM | Report abuse

Okay so EG is trying to deflect the heat with a trade, I liked AD but truth be told as usual we overpaid for talent for a character guy(seeAJ) Critt is going to be a work in progress but he has an upside lets see if Coach ETAP can develop it.As with a lot of young players i think Critt would have been better served if he had stayed in college a year or two longer but that can be said about the majority of youngsters chasing the cash to turn pro,still it frees up some cash and it gets the Wiz younger.

Posted by: dargregmag | December 10, 2008 2:22 PM | Report abuse

It's not, by any means, a bad trade. They gave up one aging, injury prone PG playing out the string for another aging, injury-prone PG playing out the string, with no real cap hit to speak of. They gave up what most likely would have ended up beuing a meaningless second round pick (given all of the protections and conditions the Grizz put on it) for a raw, unproven player who may have potential. But any payoff they get will come down the road if Crittenton develops. For the short-term it's not much of a difference maker.

Posted by: kalo_rama | December 10, 2008 2:23 PM | Report abuse

This is total BS

Posted by: johnbear1 | December 10, 2008 2:23 PM | Report abuse

Sorry to see AD leave. He was a mature leader on a team which desperately needs them.

Am starting to think Gilbert will be the next Grant Hill. Always hurt and overpaid.

Posted by: noups | December 10, 2008 2:24 PM | Report abuse

Good luck during the rest of the season, Wizard fans. My time as a Wizard fan has come to an end.

Posted by: kebzach | December 10, 2008 1:37 PM

You're got to be kidding...this is basically a lateral move with very little risk, how does THIS make you quit on the team?

Posted by: KShark28 | December 10, 2008 2:26 PM | Report abuse

"A good question as to why he doesn't play more at Memphis. "

Because the Grizzlies are overloaded at guard and the guys ahead of him are better.

Posted by: kalo_rama | December 10, 2008 2:27 PM | Report abuse

"still it frees up some cash and it gets the Wiz younger. "

It doesn't free up any cash for the Wizards. Daniels and Crittenton basically have the same contract. It actually adds money to the Wizards salary, because Brown's deal was a 1-year and Crittenton has another year guaranteed after this one.

Posted by: kalo_rama | December 10, 2008 2:30 PM | Report abuse

Please trade E. Thomas next and WHY did we ever match the Milwaukee deal??? I swear they signed him to the offer sheet just to see how dumb the Wizards were and the Wizards jumped at the bait.

Posted by: jmagic | December 10, 2008 12:53 PM

LMAO!!!

Just curious, whose rides permanent pine once gil comes back? (haywood too)

Posted by: T-ROB | December 10, 2008 2:40 PM | Report abuse

Why did they ever let Roger Mason go? If he was in the team i can bet that the Wizards would have won more than 4 games.

Posted by: jamalnasir_2000 | December 10, 2008 2:40 PM | Report abuse

His stats are down because he has not gotten the minutes he has gotten in the past, he is still an adaquate scorer and above average defender and provides some toughness in the backcourt for the Wiz. Crittendon has potential , he needs to be coached up on distributing the ball and shot selection , just like any other guard, his outside shot needs some work too...not a bad trade..

Posted by: briandeas2003 | December 10, 2008 2:41 PM | Report abuse

'His stats are down because he has not gotten the minutes he has gotten in the past"

What "past"? Before this season he'd played a total of 50 games in the NBA for two different teams. Most of his minutes with L.A. came in garbage time and pretty much every game the Grizzlies played last season was garbage time. He's yet to do anything at the NBA level that either assures or disproves his chance of being a contributor. he's pretty much a blank slate.

Posted by: kalo_rama | December 10, 2008 2:45 PM | Report abuse

Good move by the Wiz. Now I'm crossing my fingers that Stevenson and Thomas will be next to go. I think we can get a few ball racks and towels for them. And for Christ sake play Mcgee and Young more.

Posted by: Fontana1 | December 10, 2008 3:08 PM | Report abuse

Good luck during the rest of the season, Wizard fans. My time as a Wizard fan has come to an end.

Posted by: kebzach | December 10, 2008 1:37 PM

NEWSFLASH: YOU WERE NOT A WIZARDS FAN TO BEGIN WITH. NO REAL FAN OF ANY TEAM DECIDES NOT TO BE A FAN BECAUSE OF A TRADE THEY DON'T AGREE WITH.

Posted by: Barno1 | December 10, 2008 3:11 PM | Report abuse

great deal. no downside.

Posted by: original_mark | December 10, 2008 3:15 PM | Report abuse

kalorama...interesting that since the timely and long over due canning of EJ, you went from team apologizer to Wiz critic extraordinaire, what gives.
Perhaps allegiance is to one friend rather than the well being of a franchise?

I like the trade, though once again, I like Juan, and want him on the court for me.
DS is the one that has to go, at least to the end of the bench.

I really like the direction we are headed, much younger, more athletic, talented and developing depth at every position. Now I hear those detractors about the 5 spot. But with BH, Mcg and AB we are in pretty good position to eventually match up with any combinations.

In the meantime, let's play the physical, talented, energetic youngins' and sit back and enjoy.

This team without BH and Gil is not winning anything this year.
But like what the future is starting to develop.

But please, let's get rid of the deadwood...DS, ET, AP...

Do not know what blackmail DS uses on the coaches, but he is a major detriment to this team, whenever he is on the floor.

Eg...kudos, indeed! Let's finish the job.

Posted by: maxman2162 | December 10, 2008 3:33 PM | Report abuse

How do Crittendon and James warrant Daniels and a conditional 1st rd pick?? Pollin must owe somebody a drink in Memphis..

http://www.nba.com/playerfile/javaris_crittenton/career_stats.html

Posted by: frak | December 10, 2008 3:34 PM | Report abuse

Really solves our inside scoring/rebounding problem, huh?

Posted by: virtueandvice | December 10, 2008 3:44 PM | Report abuse

Sorry to see AD go but he hasn't added much this season so far. I think the bigger loss personnel decision wise for this season was Roger Mason Jr. And that's in the past nothing to do about that.

Crittenton has a major upside so I think it's a good trade.

Side note - will Kwame Brown (mentioned in this article) ever end up somewhere that he's wanted?!? Ahh man.

Posted by: boblas | December 10, 2008 3:48 PM | Report abuse

"How do Crittendon and James warrant Daniels and a conditional 1st rd pick?? Pollin must owe somebody a drink in Memphis.

That "conditional first round pick" is lottery-protected 6 ways to Sunday and, if not delivered before a certain point, becomes a second round pick (which, had the Wiz kept it, would have been the most likely outcome). The Daniels for James trade is pretty much a wash (when you factor in ages and salaries), so Grunfeld basically traded a 2nd round pick for the #19 overall pick in the 2007 draft. That's not bad work. Even if he's a bust ... so what? They gave up nothing of value to get him.

Posted by: kalo_rama | December 10, 2008 3:54 PM | Report abuse

Is Carlos Rogers the only local injured player that has come back early or on time. Just a month ago, Gilbert was slated for a mid/late DEC activation. Now a month later.

Hopefully when he does finally make an appearance, he will stay healthy a long time.

Posted by: fearturtle44 | December 10, 2008 3:57 PM | Report abuse

There really is no downside, and (in JC) a tremendous upside. He may or may not develop into someone who plays a ton, but in any case, an athletic, 6'5" PG who can't shoot is better than an athletic 5'6" PG who can't shoot (Dee Brown we loved you but you really need to be able to hit an open 15 footer with some consistency, or your quickness is irrelevant, they'll just dare you to shoot the J). As for Mike James, we get a player-not-named-Caron-who-can-actually-make-an-outside-shot. That will be a nice luxury: TWO guys who can make an open 3 pointer. Yes, yes, yes, most NBA teams have several of them, but why quibble about numbers? AJ is a wonderful person but a streaky shooter. DeShawn is no longer in a slump---this is so bad he has warranted a new category. NY is a scorer (who may turn out to be one of last year's better 1st round picks), but he has shown little capacity to shoot the 3. Rebounding, interior D, and the 3 point line is killing us: Other teams' 3's, and our lack of them. I wouldn't mind if we simply didn't take any, but we continue to jack them up despite the fact that we can't hit the broad side of a barn from out there...

No downside to this deal. By the time Gil and BH are back and some of the youngsters have matured some AD and Dee would have been buried on the bench anyway.

Until this trade has ANY NBA team featured a group of guards who shoot worse than the unit we put on the floor so far this season?

Posted by: psdfx | December 10, 2008 4:07 PM | Report abuse

I hope this makes a difference, but I doubt we'll see much improvement in this season's woeful wiz. I will miss Antonio Daniels, though. Any chance the "never to be fully healed", non-voting worrier of his taxes, Arenas figuring in to some trade in the near future?!

Posted by: wpost36 | December 10, 2008 4:49 PM | Report abuse

"kalorama...interesting that since the timely and long over due canning of EJ, you went from team apologizer to Wiz critic extraordinaire,"

Interesting that you're talking out the crack of your butt. Oh wait, around here that's really not that interesting. Or new.

Posted by: kalo_rama | December 10, 2008 4:54 PM | Report abuse

at this point, how gone is Pecherov?

he can't rate any minutes on a team that was 3-12 as recently as the weekend.

this guy was a bust from the start.

it happens.

but just for once if the Wizards are going to gamble on a big I wish they would take a chance on a guy that is a natural power forward rather than a perimeter 7 footer with a European game.

this team has enough jump shooters.

Posted by: leopard09 | December 10, 2008 4:57 PM | Report abuse

Good trade and the timing couldn't be better. It's obvious the Wiz need to push tempo to give themselves a chance to win, but it didn't seem like AD was able to do it at this stage of his career for us. Playing hurt is noble, but if it's clear you can't contribute 100% physically, sometimes your playing time can be viewed as fool's gold. He's been solid for us during his stay, but it's time for some fresh legs at the point. If Crittendon can develop into a defensive stopper at the point (instead of the matador-style defense we have been seeing at the 1-2 spots lately), we will be thankful that the trade was made.

Posted by: wizfan74 | December 10, 2008 4:59 PM | Report abuse

"Interesting that you're talking out the crack of your butt. Oh wait, around here that's really not that interesting. Or new."
kalorama

no just accurate? Don't really intend to get into another diatribe on here.
Much of what you say factually is interesting, but we need positive input at this point, not negative critical innuendo without any positive suggestions...not that either really matters!

Posted by: maxman2162 | December 10, 2008 5:30 PM | Report abuse

Some of the foolish people on this thread need to pay attention and stop over-reacting. The Wiz are not trading away a 1st round pick. As stated previously, there were so many conditions on that pick we got from Memphis that is would most likely only have been a 2nd rounder (and cash) when all was said and done. So, why not give it back to Memphis.

I think the trade has some potential to be good and no real side effects. Same cap situation basically, and with AD's body completely giving out James may be an easier expiring contract to trade early next year. JC could give the Wiz a guy who can play alongside Gil that has a PG mentality with the ability to defend a 2-guard. But, I guess I can stop hopping for the Wiz to get T-Will from Louisville as an early 2nd round steal next year. I love his game and thought he would fit this team well, but JC and him are very similar players with T-Will being more physical.

Posted by: SportzWiz | December 10, 2008 5:56 PM | Report abuse

what?! first they fire the coach that took them to the playoffs four years straight. that's the first coach to do that since...wait, no one else. btw: tapscott hasn't done much better than EJ.

then they get rid of their veteran back up PG while Gil is on the IR.

when are they going to focus on the real problem? no low post presence. they need someone who can get them an easy bucket down low. this team is and has been too perimeter oriented for too many years.

- WizFan (for now, at least)

Posted by: WizFan | December 10, 2008 7:05 PM | Report abuse

Daniels has a sore knee and has had trouble playing three games in a
row this year, let alone playing well. He's 32 years old, and not at
all the Daniels of last year. Wiz PG situation very bad prior to trade: Daniels limping; Arenas out; Dee Brown not ready for prime time; Juan Dixon of all people played the point in second half last night and gave Wiz a lift with good
shooting and 7 assists. But he's no long-term, or even short-term, solution. James is a stopgap who can play immediately; has started in NBA.

Crittenton is the future. He's a big point guard who came out of college too early, after a decent frosh year at GA Tech. This is only his second year in NBA, so he's really only a college junior in mental age. In an ideal world Grunfeld probably sees him starting along side Arenas in a
couple of years, with either able to play point or SG. They had that with Larry Hughes for a few years with Arenas and it worked well for Grunfeld. It's the old Piston-style guard set-up when they had Joe
Dumars along side Isaiah Thomas, with Vinnie the Shooter off the bench. They were all sort of interchangeable.

What the hey? Wiz are 4-15. Gotta do something. I like it.

Posted by: RasoirJ1 | December 10, 2008 7:42 PM | Report abuse

In time, Javaris Crittenton will be the starting point guard for the Wiz, and the fans will appreciate his effort and passion. Talented athletically and a fierce competitor, he's a leader whose only weakness is lack of playing time.
Watch -- you'll see that he is better than Conley and Lowery in Memphis. And definitely better than any point guard on the Wiz roster now. He's big, tough and can defend on the ball and get to the basket and dish. Jump shot will get better with time, too. A winner. Played with Dwight Howard in high school and won consecutive state championships -- the second without Howard.
I'm happy for him and the Wizards. He needed a team where he could develop on the court and they needed a young floor leader for the long haul.

Posted by: curtisbunn | December 10, 2008 8:26 PM | Report abuse

It's an interesting move but still its a not a big deal and won't bring any needed wins to the squad. What they do acquire is a young player with some decent potential. The squad though already have a young lineup in their rerves. If Arenas comes back and they make a good run in the last half of the season, it definately would help. Maybe a bad season leads to a high draft pick and we can trade it away for some good solid promising talent that have already been playing a few years instead of drafting another young player. Its time we got a little more seasoned.

Posted by: MCermeno | December 10, 2008 8:28 PM | Report abuse

Man for Man, I like this trade. I am not sorry to see AD go. If he had sucked up his pride and gotten healthy two years ago instead of always playing hurt for the team, he might still be on the team. Sometimes you have to be selfish to accomplish the greater good. But, all is not lost for him, he is going to New' Orleans'.

A 6-5 point for the Wizards, Aw Hell, This Jus Might Be The Start Of Somethin.

Somebody is puttin some Heads together. Go Wiz!

LarryInClintonMD.

Posted by: LarryInClintonMD | December 10, 2008 10:23 PM | Report abuse

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