Washington Wizards General Manager Ernie Grunfeld and Coach Randy Wittman Sets Playoff Expectations
Well, the Washington Wizards have officially come out and set some playoff expectations, which was long expected. General manager Ernie Grunfeld likely knows that if John Wall had been healthy all of last year that they probably would have made the playoffs. He finally came out and set the expectations like a man, which you can check out below.
WATCH: Ernie Grunfeld & Randy Wittman discuss expectations for the 2013-14 season in a joint presser (VIDEO): http://t.co/f4eA0caqXr
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Shooting guard Bradley Beal and Wall seem to genuinely like and respect each other which is phenomenal. Beal seems to be a dedicated young man and if we turned down a possibly James Harden trade to keep Beal, then here is hoping that he is worth it. Will be intriguing to see what the Wizards are thinking when it comes to their big men. I love Nene, but his injury problems cannot be ignored because they are always lingering. There might be another potential move coming down the line as far as that goes.
Sidenote here on Grunfeld just as a long beleaguered Wizards fan. He needs to go. The mistakes have been plentiful to be sure, and honestly think we are doomed until we fix the GM situation. The only trouble? They just might be a talented enough team to make the playoffs and save Grunfeld’s job for another year.
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