At the end of the 2003-2004 season, the Wizards traded two aging players and a first round pick to the Dallas Mavericks for a player who was just entering the prime of his career. The aging players sent packing were Jerry Stackhouse and Christian Laettner, and the first round pick became Devin Harris. None of which are with the Mavericks anymore. The Wizards landed Antawn Jamison in the deal. Since his arrival in Washington, Jamison has been one of the most consistent scorers and rebounders for the Wizards. The impact of his presence is noted by the Wizards' immediate rise from an average team to a playoff franchise. Jamison's first year with the Wizards marked the first year that Washington had reached the playoffs since ditching the Bullets moniker. The resurgence in Washington is due t ...
Read Full Article at Bleacher Report - NBA
Article written by Matthew Brown