As a fan, I'll keep paying attention, and hope the hokey movie theme continues and the team makes an amazing turnaround. But rational thought tells me any reasonable hope for this season died a gruesome death today. It's time to sift through this trash heap of a team and figure out what needs to be retained, what can be sold, and what should just be hauled off to the dump. Maybe that's just me, and maybe I'm still somewhat affected by the after-effects of that nauseating loss. I don't think so though. I think it's time to figure out if this team can be retooled or whether it needs to be completely blown up.
I believe we saw the Wizards progress beyond the point of no return in bizarre fashion tonight. For a roster of players who lost 60+ games last year to start 7-14 is already back-breaking, but to get there by giving away a game that seemed to be in the win column in dramatic choking fashion at home to a bad team without it's best player playing the second night of a back-to-back despite a triple-double from your star and 30 points from your PF because your best player can't hit free throws? Woo boy, that's amazingly bad. That's hokey movie-script bad (complete with the stars of the other team being goofy-looking white guys).
So my questions to BF is, who should stay?
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