When the Wizards traded Rashard Lewis and a second-round pick to the New Orleans Hornets for Emeka Okafor and Trevor Ariza, it wasn’t jut to rid themselves of Lewis’ $22 million salary.
Randy Wittman was joking, but it was hard to find anyone willing to laugh.
Randy Wittman is as frustrated as anyone by the Wizards’ horrid 0-8 start. But he has made a conscious effort to stroke his players’ egos instead of cracking the whip.
Perhaps Indiana is just the team the 0-8 Wizards need to face to get win number one tonight at Verizon Center.
Chris Singleton is living the professional basketball-playing dream. Drafted in the first round last year, the aggressive small forward is now in his second NBA season.