Was brainstorming this afternoon about all of Washington’s mishaps this past decade. They say hindsight is 20/20, and I’d tend to agree. Imagine if all of the following events had never occurred…
- Michael Jordan never became President of All Basketball Operations in 2000?
- Kwame Brown wasn’t chosen number one?
- Michael Jordan never returned to play for the Wizards?
- Richard Hamilton hadn’t been traded for Jerry Stackhouse?
- Ernie Grunfeld had never been hired as GM?
- Washington didn’t traded the fourth pick in the 2004 draft for Antawn Jamison?
- Larry Hughes didn’t betray D.C. for the Cavaliers?
- LeBron James had been called for traveling in the 2006 playoffs?
- Gilbert Arenas would’ve made those free throws in the same series?
- Gerald Wallace never fell onto Gilbert Arenas’s knee?
- Gilbert never signed that 111 million dollar contract?
- Washington kept the fifth pick instead of trading for Randy Foye and Mike Miller?
- Javaris Crittenton never gambled with Agent Zero?
- Gilbert had kept his guns at home?
- Caron “Tough Juice” Butler remained a Wizard?
- Brendan Haywood was still in town?
- Antawn Jamison wasn’t sent to Cleveland?
- Josh Howard didn’t injure his knee?
- Mike Miller took more than three shots a game?
- The lottery balls didn’t go Washington’s way?
- John Wall was never a Wizard?
I’d say the last thought is the scariest.
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