The Washington Wizards: The NBA’s Perpetual Enigma

Posted: 17th December 2009 by John Frascella in NBA
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Gilbert Arenas... Three-time All-Star, former league MVP candidate. Antawn Jamison... Another All-Star, averaging 20 points and eight rebounds per game for his career. Caron Butler... A third All-Star, averaged over 20 points per game in each of the past two seasons. And yet the Washington Wizards are 7-16, good for third from the bottom in the laughably shallow Eastern Conference. Doesn't this team always seem to underachieve? Ever wonder why? Well, I'll get to the answer in a bit. First let's look a little closer at their current roster. In addition to their poor man's version of "The Big Three," the Wizards have five other legitimate NBA players. What I mean by that is, these guys could be contributors on virtually every team in the league. There's Randy Foye, the seventh overall select ...

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