ZaelleDC wrote: Would your opinion of the team and vocal displeasure of management change if some the negative posters were aware that Ted Leonsis browsed this message board? Would some of you post differently? Not saying he does, but by small chance what if. How would you react?
Thank You for any replies
ZaelleDC wrote: I don't post much but read a lot. A few Wiz buddies of mine browse these threads frequently and we were all discussing how a lot of facts here presented make GM Ernie look better at his job than most give him credit for. Just look at the team now and all the buzz. The GM bought these players here and turned this franchise around. Only someone who doesn't know too much about the game of basketball would want him gone. 99 percent of Wiz fans I come across are satisfied with the team going into the future. Seems like just a few stragglers here are stuck in the Stone Age and don't want to catch up with time. Oh well.
ZaelleDC wrote: Exciting off season for the Wizards guys. Team should definitely be in playoff contention yet again. Naturally, there will be an increase in season ticket sales. Will you buy before they sell out? It's good to know the owner is vested long term in the future of the team and is just as excited and committed to winning as the fans in DC. http://tedstake.monumentalnetwork.com/
ZaelleDC wrote: Your point??
Results are what matters most.
In case you've been living in the past:
ZaelleDC wrote: My 2 cents:
Swapping McGee for Nene and ridding ourselves of Nick Young.
Trading Arenas for Rashard Lewis then swapping Lewis for Okafor and Ariza. Trading Okafor for Gortat.
Trading Vesely for Andre Miller.
Everyone one that was traded for are currently all impact players which have led to impending playoff success.
Pretty good resume if you ask me.
ZaelleDC wrote: This team is peaking and will only get better. Leonsis will become the next power owner in the NBA. This team is on the verge of something special and guaranteed success. 2-0 on the road in the playoffs is remarkable. Credit Bradley Beal, John Wall, Nene Hilario and Randy Wittman.