At the time, the Wizards were 7-13, but as their season has slowly slipped away (they've gone 5-10 since) so too has 7-Day-Dray. Basically he died and has been on life support since just after Saunders called him the Wizards' most consistent player. Talk about crapping the bed. He has made a few cameo appearances, but Andray Blatche has basically filled in for him the last 15 games. 7-Day-Dray officially died on Sunday. Angered by not getting any shot selections in the Wizards' loss to the New Orleans Hornets, he decided to off himself by committing what Saunders on Monday described as "conduct detrimental to the team." Blatche followed that up by writing on his Facebook page "Never have I played a game and had no shot attempts, they got me all f---ed up." That definitely wasn't 7-Day-Dray, the player who said his mama told him not to be so lackadaisical on the court, and the player who said whatever way he could help his team he would do it. Apparently Blatche was still stinking up the joint with his attitude and actions on Monday that Saunders sent him home from practice and suspended him a game for Tuesday's game against Detroit. Blatche followed up all that with a real winning response, posting on his Facebook status that he was headed to Atlantic City. Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you, your Washington Wizards. Could it get much uglier?Yikes, Mike Jones rips into Andray Blatche. He then goes on to say that Blatche is the poster child for all this team's problems -- i.e. they all want shots, not sacrifice. Damn son.