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The Wizards didn't have a first-round pick Thursday night, and they sent their second-round selection — guard Jordan Clarkson from Missouri — to the Los Angeles Lakers for cash.
Tomas Satoransky, the Wizards' second round pick in 2012, has elected to remain overseas. The question is when will the lengthy point guard ever come to the NBA.
Ernie Grunfeld touched on the Wizards off-season plans following Thursday's draft. We didn't know at the time Martell Webster would miss the next 3-5 months.
Randy Wittman's new contract press conference included a question for Ernie Grunfeld about 2012 second round pick Tomas Satoransky's future, including the upcoming summer league,
Wittman's approach helped turn the Wizards from pushover to playoff winners. Now he'll have a chance to stick around following a 44-38 season, a 15-win improvement from last year, after the Wizards gave him a contract extension.
Randy Wittman never was concerned about whether or not he would get a contract extension, and president Ernie Grunfeld said he was certain of it even before the playoffs.
Those empty seats were created in 2010, when Leonsis bought the team and did nothing to show fans that the man in charge, whose personnel decisions and coddling atmosphere set the stage for the Gilbert Arenas debacle, would be leaving. Instead, Leonsis embraced general manager Ernie Grunfeld.
Despite the excitement of making the playoffs and beating the Chicago Bulls, Washington has yet to reach championship-caliber status. Likewise, the team's architec, has yet to prove he's the right person to get the team there.
Gooden is on the roster because Nene got in trouble this season — the typical Nene injury trouble— and Wizards general manager Ernie Grunfeld is a nice guy. Being nice paid off for Washington Monday night in Indianapolis .