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Andray Blatche was heavily criticized when he was a Wizard.credit: bleacherreport.net
In his time in the league, Andray Blatche has been a bit of a mystery. He’s definitely talented, and can produce, but he is one of the most frustrating players around to watch. Defense isn’t in Blatche’s dictionary, and every time he gets the ball, he’s pretty much shooting it. He was one of the many problems that the Wizards have since dumped; in other words, he’s in the JaValee McGee, Nick Young, and Gilbert Arenas category.
His old team is still without a win, and his Brooklyn Nets are coming off of a win against the New York Knicks. So, of course, Andray Blatche decided to troll his old team.
Via The Washington Post:
“Anybody seen how the Wizards are doing?” the forward asked reporters in Brooklyn Monday night, before Washington’s 12th straight loss.
Blatche has been a solid addition and a pretty good fit with the Nets so far, but come on. The Wizards have been without John Wall all season, and let’s face it, probably still wouldn’t have a win if Blatche was still with the team.
So far this season, Andray Blatche is averaging 8.5 points and 4.8 rebounds in 16.2 minutes per game.
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