Give the Washington Wizards this: They aren’t boring.

Some NBA franchises prefer to comfort the anxiety of their fan bases with rebuilding plans. They’ll tank games and hoard high draft picks, as the Philadelphia 76ers did during “The Process” days. Or they’ll make painful decisions and trade away superstars while embracing a youth movement, as the Oklahoma City Thunder is doing now. This humdrum way of running a franchise, which provides a sense of stability for a fan base and even a vision for the future, might be for other cities. But not here.

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A bit harsh. Wizards are fighting for a playin spot. There is still a couple of weeks left before the trade deadline, so we shall see if they will make a major move. i would not be surprised either way.

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