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George McPhee has failed to capitalize on the success of one of the best goal scorers of his time, a three-time NHL Most Valuable Player. That's what all this comes down to. He hasn't figured out how to win with Alex Ovechkin.
Ernie Grunfeld did it again. The Wizards general manager used his shovel and broom to clean up his own mess.
By trading two players and acquiring one on Thursday, the Wizards have several possibilities to consider with a roster spot available going into the stretch run.
The Wizards were intent on moving Eric Maynor by the trade deadline to relieve themselves of his player-option for 2014-15 season, but despite his lack of playing time he remained a true professional.
After pulling off a three-team trade to acquire guard Andre Miller, Wizards GM Ernie Grunfeld speaks with CSN Washington about the move's potential impact on the team's chase for a playoff berth.
Andre Miller is expected to be in uniform for Saturday's game, and the Wizards don't believe his run-in with Nuggets coach Brian Shaw that led to his suspension is a concern.
The small forward who led Georgetown to a share of the Big East regular-season title played his college home games at the Verizon Center, the arena owned by the Wizards' franchise.
"The No. 1 thing we need to get is to get our players' health right," Grunfeld said. "Rest up this summer, get our health right, come back next year with all our players, and there'll be some additions in the offseason."
His nightly walk toward the tunnel is slow. His head is down, his body language unmistakable. This was supposed to be his year to break through, to lead his team out of mediocrity and into the playoffs. His chance to have his name spoken alongside the Celtics' Rajon Rondo, the Thunder's Russell Westbrook, the Clippers' Chris Paul.