Newly re-signed Washington Wizards’ President, Ernie Grunfeld joined the Mike Wise Show Tuesday afternoon. Wise addressed the terms of Ernie’s new contract with him, as well as regrets of the past and plans for the future of this young, struggling franchise.
The season will come to an end in one month and then Washington Wizards owner Ted Leonsis must decide what to do with this bumbling team. Here are five suggestions:
Highlights of the 2011-12 home schedule include a five-game homestand from Jan. 14-22 that brings Philadelphia, Houston, Oklahoma City, Denver and Boston back to town.
The Jan Vesely era begins in Washington as the Wizards take the international with their first pick in the NBA Draft.
What we all hope is that the Wizards get one of the top two big men in the draft…
Last year the Wizards lucked out with the top pick in the NBA Draft and took John Wall but this time around they have the sixth selection.
But the biggest lesson could apply to the Capitals, not the Wizards.
The NBA Draft lottery didn’t go as planned for the Wizards, who find themselves in a tough spot with the sixth overall pick.
With a disappointing season in the rear-view mirror, Wizards’ General Manager Ernie Grunfeld calls in to the Mike Wise Show to discuss free agency, John Wall, and the direction of the team going forward.
Wizards Pres. Ernie Grunfeld met with the media Friday to talk about the trade, sending Kirk Hinrich and Hilton Armstrong to Atlanta.