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Nick Young: "You don't know how this team might look"

By Michael Lee  |  April 16, 2010; 12:37 PM ET
 
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Hopefully the new owner begins by firing EG and Flipper. That would be a positive start.

Posted by: dovelevine | April 16, 2010 12:58 PM | Report abuse

No...post...continuity.

Posted by: gimmedat | April 16, 2010 12:58 PM | Report abuse

You don't know how the team will might look. Sounds familiar. Hmmmm...?

Posted by: artiesliver | April 16, 2010 1:56 PM | Report abuse

Sounds like Nick is aware of the infinite number of possibilities that exist for this team, unlike that one know-it-all who claims to know who will no longer be the best player on the team and how the offense will be run. Good for you, Nick!

Posted by: artiesliver | April 16, 2010 1:56 PM | Report abuse

I think Shaun Livingston should send a bouquet to the Wiz for being so awful and making him look better than he had in the past. Remember this is a guy who was released by Miami and by Oklahoma City (twice). Both those franchises are run by people who have a reputation for evaluating talent. Shaun has played well enough in his short stint in Washington to make some team forget about his fragile knee -- maybe even long enough to overpay him.

That team might be the Wizards, although Livingston seems to hope it's somebody else.

Washington's extended reign of pain has helped several players, not least Alonzo Gee, who is hoping for another chance in San Antonio next season. For all Popovich's supposed smarts, you notice the Spurs hadn't brought Gee to the NBA til after his stint with the Wiz. And when they did, they promptly sent him back to the D's. And they released Roger Mason, who gave them yeoman service while they waited for better players to get healthy.

Just out of curiosity, would the Wiz have gained ten additional wins if they'd had Mason on the team for the entire season?

I don't think so.

Posted by: Samson151 | April 16, 2010 1:56 PM | Report abuse

I think it's going to look pretty freakin' weak, Nick.

I think Shaun Livingston should send a bouquet to the Wiz for being so awful and making him look better than he had in the past. Remember this is a guy who was released by Miami and by Oklahoma City (twice). Both those franchises are run by people who have a reputation for evaluating talent. Shaun has played well enough in his short stint in Washington to make some team forget about his fragile knee -- maybe even long enough to overpay him.

That team might be the Wizards, although Livingston seems to hope it's somebody else.

Washington's extended reign of pain has helped several players, not least Alonzo Gee, who is hoping for another chance in San Antonio next season. For all Popovich's supposed smarts, you notice the Spurs hadn't brought Gee to the NBA til after his stint with the Wiz. And when they did, they promptly sent him back to the D's. And they released Roger Mason, who gave them yeoman service while they waited for better players to get healthy.

Just out of curiosity, would the Wiz have gained ten additional wins if they'd had Mason on the team for the entire season?

I don't think so.

Posted by: Samson151 | April 16, 2010 1:56 PM | Report abuse

Well; I know that we would be in the play off right now, if flip dislike of nick young had not gotten in the way of starting nick young, the kid should start. GET THE FREAK OUT OF NICK YOUNG WAY.

Posted by: maejude | April 17, 2010 9:48 PM | Report abuse

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