Found February 27, 2012 on
No Guts, No Glory:
Much to the Washington Wizard’s chagrin, it seems that no one in the NBA is interested in trading for a less than mediocre big man that challenges fans to fights on Twitter and has hosted an event called “Lap Dance Tuesday”. Or better known as Andray Blatche.But that hasn’t stopped the Wizards from mightily trying to swing a deal to unload Blatche. But again, no one wants him. And when I say no one wants him, I mean no one wants him. The Wizards have aggressively tried to deal Blatche in advance of the March 15 trade deadline, according to multiple league sources, but struggled to find any takers. Blatche is certainly open to a change of scenery, according to a person close to him.So that’s the part you already know. Now this next part tells you all you need to know about Andray Blatche and his career going forward. The team discussed dealing Blatche to Charlotte last month for Tyrus Thomas but were rejected, according to two people with knowledge of the situation. Blatche is still...
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To put it bluntly, this has been a terrible season for Andray Blatche. The 6-foot-11, seventh-year forward is shooting a career-low 38 percent, averaging just 10.3 points, has been hurt or playing hurt pretty much the whole time, and gets lustily booed at home games. For the first time in his career, Blatche will fail to improve on his scoring and rebounding production from the year...
What Andray Blatche could be (or rather, should be) and what he is are vastly different things. What Andray Blatche could be, if you took the best things that he's done over six-plus years in the NBA and strung them together, would be a scary amalgam of inside and outside game with the length to defensively disruptive. What he is, though, is a lazy player with a basketball...
If you ask most San Antonio Spurs fans, they'll still tell you they wish there was another big on the roster to shore up the frontcourt.
According to the Washington Post, there is one forward/center looking for a new NBA home and his team is doing all they can to get him moved off the team.
At the start of the season, Wizards big man Andray Blatche had just come off a career...
Andray Blatche has targeted Saturday against Cleveland for his return from a strained left calf that has kept him sidelined the past 14 games. Blatche has been out since getting injured in the first half of the Wizards’ 102-99 win in Charlotte last month.
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We already knew that Andray Blatche is fond of wearing Uggs. Now, we also know that Andray Blatche wears his Uggs to the DMV.
This comes via @LiveyourrrLife, who says he spotted Blatche in a Washington DMV last week.
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You see, this is exactly why no one wants you Andray. Well, this and your lackluster play on the court. Via DC Sports Bog
Andray Blatche has obviously worn out his welcome in DC, but getting another NBA team to bite on a trade for the big fella has proven to be a rather difficult task for the Wizards. From the WaPo: “To put it bluntly, this has been a terrible season for Andray Blatche. The 6-foot-11, seventh-year forward is shooting a career-low 38 percent, averaging just 10.3 points, has been hurt...
The Wizards were M.I.A. from this weekend’s All-star festivities. Aside from John Wall, no Wizards were invited to participate in any of the weekend events.
I’m sure Andray Blatche went to an All-Star party or two. I kid.
There was no Nick ‘Swaggy P’ Young in the 3 point contest, even though he’s tailored made for the contest. There was no JaVale ‘Pierre’ McGee in...