Following last night’s 96-89 win over the Knicks, Andray Blatche took to twitter to write, “Feels good to be part of a winning organization” – a subtle shot at his former team, the 0-12 Washington Wizards. But it didn’t stop there. The Nets forward proceeded to do a radio interview with Holden Kushner and Danny Rouhier on 106.7 The Fan where he called out the Wizards for a lack of support and a “misrepresentation” of himself in his final years with the franchise:
According to The Washington Post:
“They’ve could’ve had my back,” Blatche said during an interview that lasted roughly 20 minutes and touched on several topics, including his poor conditioning, the incident when he failed to check in during a game against Charlotte, his relationship with Ernie Grunfeld and even him getting arrested for soliciting a prostitute in 2007.
The Wizards ended a seven-year relationship with Blatche last July, when they used the amnesty provision to waive him and give him the $23 million left on his...