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Yesterday the Wizards lost to the Toronto Raptors in preseason action but were encouraged by the emergance of Agent Third Quarter. Also, Coach Flip Saunders looks forward to tomorrow's reunion with the Detroit Pistons.

* Back to Gilbert Arenas: He insists that he's not talking to the media, reaffirming to the Toronto Globe and Mail's Michael Grange:

"I'm not talking any more," he answered when asked about doing an interview.
"Ever?"
"Ever," he said, albeit politely.

The article goes on to conclude that "a focused and healthy Arenas is something the Raptors need to be concerned about."

* Mike Prada at Bullets Forever was also encouraged by yesterday's game.

* Truth About It offers brief thoughts on the contest.

* Wizznutzz presents an absolutely hypnotic view of the Wizards in Part 1 of its preseason report.

By Alexa Steele  |  October 12, 2009; 9:50 AM ET
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Posted by: prescrunk | October 12, 2009 10:01 AM | Report abuse

"The reason D. Blair would have been a good addition is b/c he does what no one else on this squad wants to do: bang down low, grab rebounds, and play with his back to the basket."

And the reason he fell to the second round is because of his legs, which supposedly vulnerable to further severe injury. He made it through the college season, but the NBA season is more than twice as long.

Good player, with potentially big problem.

Posted by: Samson151 | October 12, 2009 10:26 AM | Report abuse

Gilby is finally being smart with the media.

He has nothing to gain from opening up his yap. He doesn't want to write a check that he doesn't know if he can cash yet.

He needs to see if Hibachi is indeed back before he starts being boastful again.

Otherwise, it'll be egg in the face once again.

If Gilby gets another knee injury, he might indeed just drive off GW Parkway as he said he contemplated last time.

Posted by: DC_MAN88 | October 12, 2009 10:51 AM | Report abuse

DCMan88.............SHUT UP ABOUT GILBERT THIS SEASON!!!!! FOR THE LOVE OF ALL THAT IS HOLY, YOUR GILBRET IDOLATRY IS OLD AND TIRING!!

Posted by: ivyleague | October 12, 2009 11:10 AM | Report abuse

Regarding D.Blair. Ernie dropped the ball on that one. Second round pick; no guaranteed contract; making minimal salary. The ONLY reason not to use the pick is if Ernie thought it might deter a decent vet from joining the team. Can't see someone with a resume being worried about a rook, though. And we needed front court depth, even after signing Oberto (in case Brendan twists an ankle). Granted, if Blair's knee blows up, or EG trades two guards and a bag of chips for a good PF at the deadline, the point is moot. Hell, it's moot anyway, Blair is in SA. Looking for some February magic, Ernie.

Posted by: creativefunk | October 12, 2009 11:15 AM | Report abuse

Why we are looking the past?
picking Blair is not going to make us a contender.

Posted by: gtefferra | October 12, 2009 11:38 AM | Report abuse

blah blah blah ...DeJuan Blair... blah blah

Gotta keep my streak alive.

I sincerely hope Gil figures out how to blend Agent Zero with Gil 2.0. He needs to shoot the three when he's open. On offense, at least, his aggressiveness is a big key to our success.

About that defense...maybe it's just me and I've admittedly only watched one game but I dont see much of a difference. The stats say that our 3 point D has improved. When I watched, I saw the same parting of the seas whenever a pg wanted to drive down the middle. Not once did AB or anyone else knock a guy down. I'd LOVE to see a message delivered at the beginning of the games. I understand that there would be retaliation against Gil and that's maybe why we are reluctant but we cant just talk physical and not play physical.

Also, if AB keeps getting these petty calls against him, it'll stifle his game and make him afraid to play physical D. The officiating really SUCKED in that home game.

That's one of the things about trying to change your identity. The officials still call it the way they are used to calling it against us. Teams that have a rep for being physical get away with more than we do. It may be a while b4 we are able to get away with the 'rough stuff' without fouls being called. This should be an interesting season.

I predict that 1/3 of the way through, Flip will realize that we're just not suited to play good defense personnel-wise. We'll be winning but it'll be similar to how we won with EJ. I'm thinking a lot of 105-99 victories.

Posted by: original_mark | October 12, 2009 11:38 AM | Report abuse

gtefferra, I believe we already ARE a contender. The only thing missing is an inside physical presence. A guy that can control the boards and play good defense and occasionally score.
That's precisely what Blair has been doing so far and that's why his name keeps coming up. He was a player of the year candidate that could have been had for NOTHING.
HIndsight is 20/20, sure. But we were all saying the same thing before and especially DURING the draft while we watched Blair drop. We were all online screaming "DRAFT BLAIR".
It's very early and there' still time for him to flame out but it's becoming unlikely more and more as he gets more confidence. The one thing I havent seen is his defense but I cant imagine too many PF's manhandling him or even getting close enough to the hoop against him to do any inside damage. Again, controlling the paint is what we need.

Posted by: original_mark | October 12, 2009 11:46 AM | Report abuse

Now for the part where everyone will call me crazy...

If I could start Blair or AJ, I'd take Blair. AJ is a superior offensive player BY FAR right now. But we has no defensive presence and though he gets his boards, he does NOT control the boards. Marion got inside him repeatedly.
On this team, we have scorers in Gil, CB, Foye, MM...even AB. I think a lineup of Gil, MM, CB, Blair and BTH would be formidable. I love what AJ has done for this team and think he's a VERY good player but given his age, contract and one sided game,....
With a cheap Blair instead of AJ, we'd have $$ to go after another player.

BTW, I know there was zero chance of this scenario happening but I'm just looking backwards and wondering 'what if'.

Posted by: original_mark | October 12, 2009 11:49 AM | Report abuse

original_mark"
be careful when talking about Jamison's game.
They may send the Goon Squad after you!

Posted by: millineumman | October 12, 2009 12:03 PM | Report abuse

Black Coffee AnyOne? Kalo...

Posted by: LarryInClintonMD | October 12, 2009 12:15 PM | Report abuse

Andray Blatche avg,9 rebounds a game in the preseason.

Posted by: jeremydvid | October 12, 2009 1:04 PM | Report abuse

Did "Heavy D" Blair really have 28 pts and the game winner last night, while the Cash couldn't cheer the Wiz on to victory from the bench after yet another DNP-CD. I'm not gonna call the old man cheap, but I think Blair could really help with the inside problem given Haywood's injury and the lack of quality depth. Great move Ernie!! F'in ridiculous.

Posted by: lilhollywood10 | October 12, 2009 1:46 PM | Report abuse

Gil's NEVER doing another interview? The man doesn't have a passive-aggressive bone in his body.

Posted by: Firuz1 | October 12, 2009 1:55 PM | Report abuse

Wiz salary cap space: day-to-day depending on the strength of the US dollar

DeJuan Blair: 17.7 PPG, 8.3 RPG & 60% FGs in 3 preaseason contests

Posted by: elfreako | October 12, 2009 2:04 PM | Report abuse

HEADLINE!
DeJuan Blair does not play for the Wizzies.

If ernie picked him and his knee blew up ---- then what.
It's just like Ricky Rubio but in reverse.

Posted by: VBFan | October 12, 2009 2:40 PM | Report abuse

Get a grip, fifteen of Blair's points came in the final seven minutes of a preseason game that a lot of starters had DNPs.
It was disappointing the Wiz didn't take him when he came around the second time but at this point there is nothing certain about Blair's transition to NBA competition or how he would have fit in with the Wiz.
That said I wouldn't mind watching him do what he's doing in a Wizard's uniform.

Posted by: midlevex | October 12, 2009 3:25 PM | Report abuse

if we can't say that Blair's performances have been better than expected and that ernie and abe blew it big time. the fact is that he has not blown out any knees yet, and has come up big in the fourth q of a couple preseason games. unlike the nfl, nba preseason isn't gonna have ten guys on the floor who won't be playing in the nba after that game. Blair has played well and you all need to admit that it was a gross failure to not draft blair. i think u lose credibility knocking him based on hypotheticals, check the game logs.

and by the way, it's nowhere near the Rubio situation. Rubio has proved that drafting him woulda hurt us,considering the buyout and him staying in Europe. What has Blair done to prove that he would hurt our team other than demonstrate in games that he brings a dimension to our team that we don't have.

Posted by: lilhollywood10 | October 12, 2009 3:35 PM | Report abuse

you all need to admit that it was a gross failure to not draft blair.

I admit it. We nutted.

Posted by: original_mark | October 12, 2009 3:38 PM | Report abuse

"Blair's performances have been better than expected and that ernie and abe blew it big time." -lilhollywood10

Better than expected, yes. Blew it, perhaps. Big time, not yet.

Posted by: midlevex | October 12, 2009 3:47 PM | Report abuse

I was on the "draft Blair" bandwagon, too, but can we agree to stop discussing this? There are lots of good players teams don't draft, and my goodness, it's just three preseason games.

Posted by: GshawnJohnson | October 12, 2009 4:01 PM | Report abuse

i say they blew it BIG TIME, yes, have you seen Oldberto's line tha past 2 games

Posted by: lilhollywood10 | October 12, 2009 4:19 PM | Report abuse

"i say they blew it BIG TIME, yes, have you seen Oldberto's line tha past 2 games" -lilhollywood10

You have a flare for the dramatic or a knack for seeing into the future if at this point you believe the Wizards blew it big time.

We all know box scores are only a thread in the entire story of how effective a player is and Oberto was picked up as a backup center; Blair would be slotted as a power forward with the Wiz.

Posted by: midlevex | October 12, 2009 4:33 PM | Report abuse

The larger issue in this discussion about Blair is that the Wiz are limited with AJ at PF. Given the remote possibilities of the Wizards getting mean inside, the best case scenario is that we run and gun, have a great regular season, and say bye bye early in the playoffs, when the type of ball being played and the type of officiating changes and interior toughness really pays off. Saw it happen years ago with the GS Warriors of Hardaway, Mullen and Mitch Richmond. Very entertaining, 50-win team, but no way could you consider them serious contenders...So, yeah, we should have drafted Blair in the second round. A low risk, long shot that could have helped in an area of weakness.

Posted by: mugsybol | October 12, 2009 4:44 PM | Report abuse

".So, yeah, we should have drafted Blair in the second round. A low risk, long shot that could have helped in an area of weakness."
-mugsybol

A sentiment I can agree with.
Regarding AJ's backup at PF: is it too early to abandon the idea that this season will be the year Blatche starts playing PF and gives up his dream of being the biggest PG in the league?

Posted by: midlevex | October 12, 2009 5:10 PM | Report abuse

"you all need to admit that it was a gross failure to not draft blair."

No, we all really don't.

Seriously, it's the preseason. Do we really need to compile a list of players who put up big numbers in summer league and/or preseason only to fail to do anything of consequence when the game really matters? The only thing Blair is proving right now is that he's better that the other teams' scrubs and can take advantage of the fact that the biggest concern. Big whoop. If he's doing the same thing in February, then you can crow.

Posted by: kalo_rama | October 12, 2009 5:21 PM | Report abuse

I still don't get it. Posters here want to ditch the 6th best PF of the last decade and one 25 current teams would love to have...

But everybody is on board for Haywood = the 58th best C of the past decade who had one good season and hates his teamates.

Sure he plays D, but who cares...he still gets beat and he can't make a FT and he takes crappy 15 footers and he is injured a lot and he has never played more than 30 minutes per game and..on and on.

It takes both D and offense to win. Jamison gives us Double Double performance wiht good attitude while Haywood gives us 8 and 6 and sulks the whole time.

you all are crazy!

Posted by: Blurred | October 12, 2009 5:24 PM | Report abuse

O' Mark, the new director of the Blair B-witch project...

In Case nobody noticed Blatche pulled down 10 rebounds last night, averaging 9 per game in 20 some minutes play.

Here's a funny thought, Kwame Brown would actually not be a bad fit on this current Wizards roster. But only if changed his name, and went in the witness protection program. Because we all witnessed his first two years in the league...
GM

Posted by: flohrtv | October 12, 2009 5:28 PM | Report abuse

EDIT:

"The only thing Blair is proving right now is that he's better that the other teams' scrubs and can take advantage of the fact that the biggest concern of the other teams vets is to not get injured by him throwing his body around in a meaningless game."

Posted by: kalo_rama | October 12, 2009 5:34 PM | Report abuse

"Regarding AJ's backup at PF: is it too early to abandon the idea that this season will be the year Blatche starts playing PF and gives up his dream of being the biggest PG in the league?"

It's too bad the NBA doesn't follow MLB's example and let fans keep balls that end up in the stands. If they did, every night some lucky fan with floor seats would be going home with a souvenir courtesy of Blatche's no-look passes.

Posted by: kalo_rama | October 12, 2009 5:38 PM | Report abuse

Seriously, it's the preseason. Do we really need to compile a list of players who put up big numbers in summer league and/or preseason only to fail to do anything of consequence when the game really matters? The only thing Blair is proving right now is that he's better that the other teams' scrubs and can take advantage of the fact that the biggest concern. Big whoop. If he's doing the same thing in February, then you can crow.

Posted by: kalo_rama | October 12, 2009 5:21 PM

how many players do teams bring into preseason?how many scrubs are out there playing against easch other? in this meaningless preseason, we've seen dirk play mins against us, DAl and TOR number 1 draft picks played mins against us. There isn't a 53 man roster being whittled down in the NBA preseason the majority of the guys you see playing in these games will make the team they play for and play this season. There's what, 2 guys on the wiz that aren't guaranteed a spot. If Blair gets hurt, sure great move Ernie, but otherwise i don't know how yall can sit there and act like these games are meaningless when so many of our hopes for this season hinge on what we see from Gil, NY,CB, BTH and the new guys .

Posted by: lilhollywood10 | October 12, 2009 5:39 PM | Report abuse

every Heavy D double dub will chip off a piece of your credibility

Posted by: lilhollywood10 | October 12, 2009 5:41 PM | Report abuse

"how many players do teams bring into preseason?how many scrubs are out there playing against easch other? "

What a load. It's the preseason. Every team has players at the end of the bench that don't figure to be in the regular season plans. Teams play their starters and top subs limited minutes and then turn long stretches of the game over to bench guys, many of whom will be either out of the rotation or out of the league when the regualar season starts.

Posted by: kalo_rama | October 12, 2009 5:44 PM | Report abuse

u got it kal

Posted by: lilhollywood10 | October 12, 2009 5:51 PM | Report abuse

I still don't get it. Posters here want to ditch the 6th best PF of the last decade and one 25 current teams would love to have...

But everybody is on board for Haywood = the 58th best C of the past decade who had one good season and hates his teamates.

Sure he plays D, but who cares...he still gets beat and he can't make a FT and he takes crappy 15 footers and he is injured a lot and he has never played more than 30 minutes per game and..on and on.

It takes both D and offense to win. Jamison gives us Double Double performance wiht good attitude while Haywood gives us 8 and 6 and sulks the whole time.

you all are crazy!

Posted by: Blurred | October 12, 2009 5:24 PM

-------------------

the majority of people who are "on board" for haywood recognize that he's not the best--he's the best we've got. and the team is significantly weaker without him.

you can't say "sure he plays D, who cares?" that's like saying "sure roger mason hits 3 pointers, but who cares?" he's a role player and his role is defense. everything else is secondary. and the fact is, he was a reasonably reliable free throw shooter (nowhere close to justify saying "he can't hit a FT"). and i could be wrong, but i really haven't seen haywood take an unreasonable amount of 15 footers (I've really never noticed him taking many at all)

and i wouldn't put it past him, but i'll give him the benefit of the doubt and say i haven't seen much sulking from him as of late. it seems like you're judging him for everything that he was several years ago.

granted, he has a proclivity toward all the things you said, so if he regresses, he deserves every bit of it. but he's done enough to merit not dismissing him outright (at least not until we get someone better in his place.

you're right. it takes both defense and offense to win. Jamison provides the double double and is very lacking on the defensive end. haywood provides the best defense on the team and is barely serviceable on the offensive end. you could say they balance each other out

Posted by: crs-one | October 12, 2009 6:48 PM | Report abuse

The draft this year was a crap shoot from 2 on down. Ernie made a great move trading the 5 for rights to RR. D. Blair was passed by by all teams until the 37th pick. He's playing better than expected but the level of his play was not the reason he dropped to 37. It was the knees.
Was it a great pick??? Time will tell.
A few years from now we may be crying about failing to get RR.

Posted by: VBFan | October 12, 2009 7:00 PM | Report abuse

Dejuan Blair = Charles Barkley?

I do not have an informed opinon on this issue because I did not watch him enough in college. I must admit, usually when I did watch him he was destroying the other team's inside players. It would be amusing if Dejuan Blair turns out to be the second coming of Mr. Barkley and the entire league passed on him at least once during the draft!

Posted by: MeviousMan | October 12, 2009 8:06 PM | Report abuse

"O' Mark, the new director of the Blair B-witch project...

In Case nobody noticed Blatche pulled down 10 rebounds last night, averaging 9 per game in 20 some minutes play.

Here's a funny thought, Kwame Brown would actually not be a bad fit on this current Wizards roster. But only if changed his name, and went in the witness protection program. Because we all witnessed his first two years in the league...
GM

Posted by: flohrtv | October 12, 2009 5:28 PM "

It's funny how when the team doesn't do well during the preseason, people here play it down as just the preseason.

Too bad people don't pay down success during the preseason too.

Posted by: DC_MAN88 | October 12, 2009 8:33 PM | Report abuse

"DCMan88.............SHUT UP ABOUT GILBERT THIS SEASON!!!!! FOR THE LOVE OF ALL THAT IS HOLY, YOUR GILBRET IDOLATRY IS OLD AND TIRING!!

Posted by: ivyleague | October 12, 2009 11:10 AM "

Ummm...no.

Posted by: DC_MAN88 | October 12, 2009 8:34 PM | Report abuse

Too bad people don't pay down success during the preseason too.

Posted by: DC_MAN88 | October 12, 2009 8:33 PM

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why would we?

is constantly waiting for the next bad thing to happen something that inherently makes basketball more enjoyable?

Posted by: crs-one | October 12, 2009 9:26 PM | Report abuse

"why would we?

is constantly waiting for the next bad thing to happen something that inherently makes basketball more enjoyable?

Posted by: crs-one | October 12, 2009 9:26 PM "

I don't begrudge anyone getting overhyped over preseason as long as people don't get their pant@#$ bunched up when I post reviews about not so good preseason actions also that carry over, season to season.

Les BouleS, at this point, don't deserve any benefit of the doubt. They need to earn it.

Posted by: DC_MAN88 | October 12, 2009 9:52 PM | Report abuse

Man I hope Flip don't play the same tired lineup of the past 3 yrs. It's time to let McGee, Young and Blatche play. If Oberto, Stevenson and Mike James even suit up that's a bad sign.

Posted by: rnbrown4 | October 12, 2009 10:20 PM | Report abuse

i suppose that's fair.

is there a difference between people who get their underwear bunched up and those who are just annoyed at incessant pessimism (not just from you)?

that is to say, i for one don't have my head in the sand about all the things that could go wrong this year. so i don't respond to you because you're ruining my fantasy, but rather because it's just annoying. so you air your frustrations, i air mine. live and let live, perhaps.

what is your favorite thing about the wizards? what players on the squad do you like?

Posted by: crs-one | October 12, 2009 10:43 PM | Report abuse

on a lighter note, i'm curious to see if they actually ban the word panties from the forum...

Posted by: crs-one | October 12, 2009 10:44 PM | Report abuse

"i suppose that's fair.

is there a difference between people who get their underwear bunched up and those who are just annoyed at incessant pessimism (not just from you)?

that is to say, i for one don't have my head in the sand about all the things that could go wrong this year. so i don't respond to you because you're ruining my fantasy, but rather because it's just annoying. so you air your frustrations, i air mine. live and let live, perhaps.

what is your favorite thing about the wizards? what players on the squad do you like?

Posted by: crs-one | October 12, 2009 10:43 PM "

People who are annoyed should not be annoyed by me, but instead, Les BouleS. I don't create the news. I just report it.

My favorite thing about Les BouleS are the cheerleaders when they wear their skin tight outfights.

My second favorite thing is to hear Bucky Buck scream "Dagger," or "NOT POSSIBLE!"

That Mo Pete shot is still classic....an assist from Ruffy.

My third favorite thing is seeing the team thrive without Gilby in the game.

Posted by: DC_MAN88 | October 12, 2009 10:49 PM | Report abuse

Posted by: DC_MAN88 | October 12, 2009 10:54 PM | Report abuse

"the wiz grabbed defeat from the´╗┐ jaws of victory"

Posted by: DC_MAN88 | October 12, 2009 10:55 PM | Report abuse

Posted by: dlts20 | October 13, 2009 1:24 AM | Report abuse

"Wiz vs Raps full game Vid

http://raptorsplayer.blogspot.com/2009/10/full-game-raptors-vs-wizards-oct-11-09.html

Posted by: dlts20 | October 13, 2009 1:24 AM "

Dis don't got the Bucky commentary tho.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a5d097fAWeI

Posted by: DC_MAN88 | October 13, 2009 4:20 AM | Report abuse

"It's too bad the NBA doesn't follow MLB's example and let fans keep balls that end up in the stands. If they did, every night some lucky fan with floor seats would be going home with a souvenir courtesy of Blatche's no-look passes."
-Kalorama

Yeah, uncatchable, no look, behind the head, bullet passes to first row fans. A thrill for court side ticket holders unless his teammates somehow crank up to warp speed.
I'm thinking the intended recipients can't be happy about being highlighted as possessing manos de piedra or that they may appear to be clueless and out of position. Is Blatche not listening or are they not letting him know loud enough?
He's an interesting player whose multi-talented upside is turning out to be his downside.
Flip needs to turn up the volume on Blathce's Ipod regarding his errant ways as a power forward.

Posted by: midlevex | October 13, 2009 7:19 AM | Report abuse

So 88'er is back to "reporting the news". This site is always good for a group laugh over morning coffee...

8'er since you're a "newsman" you really ought to apply over there at Fox. They could make good use of a single minded person that just paints an ole' bullseye on one of Washington's biggest stars and goes right at it.

You could just make it your life's mission to come up with a new negative spin on that person every single day. Pretty much what you do now, except I don't think Fox has a beef with Arenas. Except he did come out and say he was voting for that other guy...
GM

P.S. Even I find reading all of my posts twice tiresome. I know you read every single one, but you really don't need to repost them with your comment. It really clutters the site up, and gives people the impression I'm on here 24/7.

Posted by: flohrtv | October 13, 2009 8:02 AM | Report abuse

On Blatche, Other then the continued attempts to throw no look passes, he's been playing pretty well.

I don't think he's going to have an out of body experience and become a rugged Charles Oakley type. But he keeps moving closer and closer to being a good solid rotation player. People bring up that the Wiz need defensive minded rugged banger at the 4, but there really aren't any left in the league.

The way the game is being played now, Jamison is becoming the protypical power forward. Teams are actually going in his directions instead of bigger and stronger.
Guys like Lewis and Beasley have moved over from the 3 and into the 4 now.

I like Blair, but it's going to take a creative coach to find a role for him. Can he guard a guy like Jamison, Beasley, or Lewis in space? Will his coach be able to punish the other team in the lane with Blair at the other end?

Pops is the best coach for Blair, the NBA is all about creative matchups. Blair is going to be a matchup specialist, If a team's got an offensively challenged 4 in the game, he's going to camp in that lane on both ends of the floor and make hay.

Against a 4 with an open court game, he's toast...
GLM

Posted by: flohrtv | October 13, 2009 9:00 AM | Report abuse

...in hindsight, from what I've seen and read about the Wiz so far this preseason, they are solid at every position...except point guard. GA has flat out not played well, either as a passer, ball handler, defender or scorer--expect in small spurts. Foye is a solid guard, but has not shown solid pt guard skills as of yet. You know what you get with Mike James and Critter is hurt. Unless GA comes on strong and soon, it is going to be a stuggle to start the season with a win streak.

Posted by: oddjob1 | October 13, 2009 9:22 AM | Report abuse

>P.S. Even I find reading all of my posts twice tiresome. I know you read every single one, but you really don't need to repost them with your comment. It really clutters the site up, and gives people the impression I'm on here 24/7.

Posted by: flohrtv | October 13, 2009 8:02 AM

GM, I'm always amazed that people don't simply skip over any entry that has DCMan's signature at the end. The guy loves nothing more than attention, like a two-year-old rolling around on the ground in a crowded shop.

And now you're asking him straight up not to paste in your postings? Ignore, ignore, ignore.

Posted by: Prazak | October 13, 2009 9:24 AM | Report abuse

oddjob you say you've seen games and yo think foye is playing better than gil,but foye looks like he's not a good fit at all for tha wiz he mightt become trade bait.

Posted by: lilhollywood10 | October 13, 2009 12:27 PM | Report abuse

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