Happy Father’s Day, y’all. Here are the Wizardly Links for June 15th, 2014. They include tidbits of every new Wizards related article/link.
With that being said, Sim Bhullar is an above average passer from the post, and was 4th best on the Aggies this past season ( get into his pros & cons below ). Sim averaged only a little over 6 shots per game in his 2 seasons in college. Last year 13-14 season Sim Bhullar was only 7th on the team in shot attempts (least of all starters)…
Nene has had a long and successful NBA career to this point. And it could be argued that his best personal performance came on November 26 in a win at Verizon Center over the LA Lakers. The Lakers came in playing some quality basketball having won three in a row, and Nene and Wall torched them.
It was an odd season for Webster. He was mostly invisible at the beginning of the year, a victim of a poor second unit anchored by the awful Eric Maynor. Webster was used to John Wall setting him up for all of those corner threes.
Ariza’s career year also happened to be a contract year. Ariza, now a free agent for the first time since he signed with Houston in 2009, will have choices. On the Wizards’ side, there are two valid options, both subject to the unfair perception of a non-existent Manichean dualism by alternate schools of thought.