Ernie Grunfeld's Bad Pixels

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Bad Magical Pixels Ernie Grunfeld does not want you to see...



Backups consist of drafted players Jan Vesely, Keveen Seraphin, Chris Singleton, Glen Rice Jr., Trevor Booker, and Otto Porter. Free agent acquisitions Al Harrington and Eric Maynor. Fall over from last year Martell Webster and Garrett Temple. Good job Ernie!

Ernie Grunfeld's Record as #Wizards GM

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.....as of 11/22/2013 11:41 PM EST

*317-499

Fire Ernie........ That is all

*Corrected

Horrible Bench is a product of a horrible GM

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My Photoshop skills at work

As I watch the Washington-Dallas game I'm getting pretty excited about the lead that we are maintaining. Team is looking good and it feels like momentum has carried from the OKC loss until Wittman puts the entire bench on the floor. Its as if Coach Wittman had money on the game against us and realized "Oh shit we're winning?!" and took the starters and replaced them with a group that can cover his bet. So pretty much we lost the lead and the starters could not dig out of the hole that sunk in the 2nd quarter because of the bench play. I was pissed at Wittman for having the entire bench on the floor with not one guy that can score.

My anger subsided and realized its not Wittman but Ernie Grunfeld. I don't expect the starting lineup to play 48 minutes. This bench is horrible plain and simple. Poor drafting and contracts is made up of what you saw in the Dallas game. The poor drafts in 2011-2013 has come back and haunted a team that is supposed to look like a playoff team. Bench severely lacks a good PG, big man, and a 2013 draft class that may have only played less then 10 minutes combined.

Ernie Grunfeld I don't care how many chances Ted Leonsis gives you. Your mistakes will always haunt our future.

Ernie Grunfeld's Record as #Wizards GM

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.....as of 11/13/2013 10:33 PM EST

318-494

Fire Ernie........ That is all

The Panic... I mean the Okafor/Gortat Trade... Still Pending

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Ernie Grunfeld... I'm here to save your job... Now, where is the basket?

I was so tempted to add this to the list but I'm still debating if this was a good trade or not after days of finding out the news. After taking a preseason to find out that his 2010-2011 draft picks failed to fill the role left by Emeka Okafor's injury something had to be done to save Ernie Grunfeld's job the season. Ernie Grunfeld sends injured Emeka Okafor and a protected top 12 1st round pick to Phoenix for Marcin Gortat and a bag of beans. I am excited to have Gortat on a team that is in dire need of a Center. Keveen Seraphin and Jan Vesely's (lol) play was not what we expect from a potential playoff team but was it really worth a top 12 protected pick whom many say is a loaded draft in 2014? At the same time as history shows Grunfeld cannot pick outside the top 3 anyways. Should I over value another future failed pick? Did Ernie undervalue that first round pick and Okafor's expiring contract? It could have been used for something bigger at the trade deadline like maybe a LaMarcus Aldridge. We no longer have that 1st round pick and large expiring contract to dangle for an even bigger trade. If Ernie doesn't do this trade we'll fall into another depressing season (which I don't think I can take anymore).

Too many questions and it only can get answered Wednesday night. So for now this Ernie Grunfeld decision is "Still Pending..."