Very quietly throughout the season, Andray Blatche has had something of a rebirth.
Often seen as a goofball in Washington's me-first locker room with Nick Young and JaVale McGee (it should be noted all three have thrived after leaving the Wizards organization and each other's company for more veteran teams), Blatche was among the high volume scorers on Washington's team that the organization felt it needed to shed to move forward with John Wall and Bradley Beal as centerpieces.
That led Washington to amnesty Andray Blatche and the remaining $23.4 million owed to him in the next three years. Blatche cleared amnesty waivers and signed a minimum contract with the Nets.
Blatche has had a strong year, averaging 10.2 points and 5.3 rebounds per game in 18.9 minutes per game. He is shooting 50.9 percent from the floor and has truly embraced a supporting role off the bench. He has been a great help for Brooklyn and is preparing to enter the Playoffs for the first time.