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who starts for the wizards at shooting guard next year?

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who starts for the wizards at shooting guard next year?

with nick young battling a rising star in jordan crawford, who gets the starting spot next year?

I say keep crawford at sg, move nick young to sf as he is big enough at 6'7 215, and try and see if you can maybe package blatche and mcgee for one star player(maybe bosh).

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sg-crawford

sf-young

pf-bosh

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They would be better of

They would be better of trading Young and Blatch in that scenerio because McGee is developing into a Marcus Camby type and they would be to offensively oriented with NO defense in that lineup. I would rather see them trade for Trevor Ariza to play SF and insert some veteran defensive minded leadership to this young team.

http://games.espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=6aujtvv

or if Cleaveland drafts a big man maybe try and aquire Hickson.

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I understand Nick Young is 1

I understand Nick Young is 1 demensional & "does not" play D but it would be a BIG mistake to get rid of him just, because they acquired Jordan Crawford who is starting to play well. Nick will be a star in a couple more years I do not think this season for him has been a fluke at all not 1 bit.

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I know we make fun of Bosh,

I know we make fun of Bosh, hes soft, an ugly dinasour, crossdress Ru Paul and all, but lets get realistic he is a real good player. On thie Wizards playing with Wall he would probally average 25-ppg. With that said Young starts at SG and Crawford comes off the bench, dont forget they have Lewis, Booker and a pretty high draft pick, along with a 2nd 1st rounder, and a 2nd rounder to draft a SF in a SF deep draft.

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^^ you almost got a point

^^ you almost got a point from me I just needed a few more bosh insults

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I don't think Nick Young is a

I don't think Nick Young is a small forward. He's solid, but a scorer at best. I think you can move him and get a 1st round pick. I think Harrison Barnes next to Crawford would be EXCELLENT because Crawford slashes and Barnes shoots more then attacks.

As for the frontline, I think Blatche is the one to move. I think you can trade him for a big man or combo forward and you will be alright. The point is: Get Talent For John Wall.

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I doubt you can get much for

I doubt you can get much for Blatche, maybe a mid to late first. I think most teams have realized he doesn't want to play downlow and he has a bad attitude.If the Wizards are trying to get rid of someone, why would anyone else want him.

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Keep Young

Nick Young finally had the breakout season he was suppose to have since he was drafted, you have to remember when he was drafted out of college he was already polished and the Wizards were sort of just waiting for his time to emerge and he finally has. There's no way Chris Bosh will ever go to the Wizards at this point because they have nothing to offer Miami and the Big 3 is in no time ready to part just yet. McGee along with Young has finally started to mold into a everyday starter type player and his defensive mentality is needed so he can't be traded. Blatche is the only guy who is expendable because he's a power forward who refuses to bang in the post and who is a mediocre rebounder for his size, the Wizards best bet is to move him and to find another scoring threat to go along with Wall and Young who will be the two starters in the backcourt with Jordan Crawford coming off the bench as a scoring spark.

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yeah why to trade young, he

yeah why to trade young, he is playing very well this year, show a lot of promise as a combo to Wall and he a fun player to watch and there is not better player behind him, no sense in moving him.

there is other player the Wizards need not only to move but to toss, that is of course McGee, a team will never be winning team with him, the guy sure can dunk and block but it doesn't say nothing, he does so much demage with his poor understanding of the game, of the positioning, angles, preparation, proceeding and more, also his worng and immature attitude! he will never be developing to somthing worthy, his best case is to be the next Dalembert.

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yeah why to trade young, he

yeah why to trade young, he is playing very well this year, show a lot of promise as a combo to Wall and he a fun player to watch and there is not better player behind him, no sense in moving him.

there is other player the Wizards need not only to move but to toss, that is of course McGee, a team will never be winning team with him, the guy sure can dunk and block but it doesn't say nothing, he does so much demage with his poor understanding of the game, of the positioning, angles, preparation, proceeding and more, also his worng and immature attitude! he will never be developing to somthing worthy, his best case is to be the next Dalembert.

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