This morning I heard on the radio that Chris Miller say that the Wizards are waiting for Nick Young to accept his 1 year, $3.7 million qualifying offer, while his agent is reporting that Nick Young wants a multi-year deal. Now I know that many of us don't agree on how good (or bad) Nick Young is, but I'm wondering if this strategy is smart. I mean I look at it as if either you want the guy or you don't. If he wants a multi-year deal then why not low ball it with a 4 year, $20 million deal or something of that nature. At least then you have leverage because you can match any deal that tops that up until a certain point. If the Wizards are just that uncertain about him as a long term solution then why are we even pursuing him? Why not spend the time to go after Reggie Williams or Arron Afflalo? To me, I would think if you really want this guy you would want to make sure you have a deal wrapped up and get him in training camp so that he is ready for the season. Do you all agree? Should Grunfield be using a different strategy to get Nick Young?