For the purposes of this column, I’m applying any of the following parameters when defining “sleeper wide receiver” for the 2014 fantasy football season:
The Washington Wizards have become increasingly resigned to the fact of losing Trevor Ariza, believing that the free agent will likely end up taking a more lucrative deal elsewhere, a source familiar with the thinking of the Wizards front office told the DMVTrifecta.
1. Just after 11:30pm yesterday evening, when I realized I had spent the past 30 to 45 minutes hearing names of which 75% will never be stitched on an NBA jersey, the Wizards made their first (and only) pick in last night’s NBA Draft (in the 2nd round, 46th overall).
Courtesy of the DMVTrifecta’s Contributor, Ryan Gracia. Gracia is a center midfielder for SC Balma in France. Gracia is a local product from Thomas S. Wootton high school in Rockville, Maryland and continued his playing career at George Mason University.
With Joel Embiid’s injury, the NBA Draft was thrown into chaos that can only be eclipsed by Lebron and Carmelo opting out of their contracts…oh wait, but that’s for another day. Now my 2014 Mock:
I’m man enough to admit that, when the 2014 NBA Playoffs started, I thought the Chicago Bulls would beat my hometown Washington Wizards in six games.
Several hours before the Heat and Lebron James attempt to save their legacy as the dominant team of the 2010′s, it’s time to reminisce on the 2000s as a decade. Name your All-2000′s NBA Team by position and dollar value.
Note: this column was written and supposed to be posted yesterday, before Game 1 of the NBA Finals began. Given the outcome last night, with it likely being known as “temperature-gate” or “the Air Conditioning Game,” it puts a rather ironic twist to the gist of the column written.