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March sadness

This is an angry fan writing, angry at seeing my Hoyas flame out again in the NCAA tournament to a team with lesser talent.  And the worst thing about it is, we looked totally lifeless doing it.  Austin Freeman allowed himself to be man-handled by the VCU defense.  No one on the team, aside from Hollis Thompson, could hit a shot. We had not inside game and our defense left VCU with open shots all night.  Once Jason Clark stopped playing excellent defense, he has become somewhat of a liability since I don’t really remember him hitting any big shots since we beat Missouri in OT in December.

And what was our coach doing?  How come no defensive adjustments were made to try to cover up some of VCU’s hot 3-point shooters.  This was reminiscent of the Pittsburgh game where the same 2 guys kept on hitting open 3-pointers all night long.  JTIII should have made some starting directing guys to not collapse the lane on dribble-drives and to stay out on the 3 point shooters since almost every time the VCU point guard took into the lane, he was looking to kick it out.   The same thing happened last year against Ohio, and then three years ago against Davidson and them we didn’t make the tournament two years ago.

I know JTIII is a fixture at Georgetown and me being the kind of guy I am, like the idea of a John Thompson of one kind or another coaching my Hoyas.  But these tournament flame-outs are becoming too much.   It’s one thing to lose in the Final Four like we did a few years ago, but it’s another thing to now even sniff the Sweet 16 like we have the last two years against much worse teams.  I love beating ‘Nova and Syracuse and Pittsburgh and St. John’s, but I also want to win a championship and aside for one year, led by a magical run from Jeff Green, JTIII has not proven that he can get big efforts out of his teams in the biggest of spots or that he can make the coaching adjustments necessary under the biggest of spotlights.

So, I’m mad.  I remember our flame-out against Xavier in 1990 when we were a #3 seed when we had Mourning and Mutombo.  I remember losing to Davidson when we were a #2 seed who had won the Big East regular season.  I remember losing to Providence in the Elite Eight in 1987 and I painfully remember losing to Villanova in 1985.  I remember losing to Florida in the Sweet 16 in 2006, but at least on these last three occassions, our team advance and lost to teams that made the Final Four or were eventual national champs and at least we had advanced fairly deep into the tournament (although the ‘Nova and Providence losses, the ‘Nova one in particular will always haunt any Georgetown fan ’till our last days.)  These last two years however, have been truly unacceptable.

And it’s a shame that Chris Wright and Austin Freeman have nothing better to show for their 4 solid years as Georgetown Hoyas.  They never achieved greatness in an immortal sense or in the sense of anything truly memorable.  We had a great run last year at the Big East tournament which fell short as we did 4 years ago when they were freshman when we lost to Pitt in the finals.  Freeman looked emotionally spent out there and Wright, despite his energy and obvious emotion, was not able to seize control of the game, or even effectively control tempo for a long period of time.  I write this with a critical voice, but I really liked this team, the idea that there were so many D.C. kids on this team and the fact that they were not cheaters and seemed to be good kids.  It’s sad to see these seniors end like Hibbert and Patrick Ewing Jr.’s seasons end, in bitter disappointment at the hands of a  hot-shooting team that the Hoyas were never able to lasso in.

There’s a lot of sadness in those words, but there is a lot of bitterness and heart-break in my psyche. I could see if we lost a heart-breaker at the buzzer, but we have been dominated and blown out and last year it was with a lottery pick, now making a big impact on an NBA team, as the focal point of on our team.  That is bad coaching folks and once again March Madness is exactly that for me, really f@#%in’ mad.

Double vision: Now, all there is left for me is the Caps.  The Caps kind of slept-walk through

IN YOUR FACE: Neuvy repels one of the Devils' 33 shots which he saved over the course of the Caps' 3-0 victory in New Jersey last night.

the game last night.  The only guy who looked awake, and he was WIDE awake, was Neuvy.   It’s like he was thinking exactly what all of us were thinking:  “that last goal against the Red Wings was really soft that you let in”.  Neuvy came out with a vengeance last night, stopping everything and the Caps played opportunistic offense and fairly smothering defense and we had an excellent PK once again.

Knuble has been obviously elevating the level of his game, but I am also pleased to see Ovie continuing his hot play.   Hannan was very good last night and Alzner and Carlson were excellent on both ends of the ice.  The  Caps won a game when they other team played a lot harder.  A lot of that was because of a great goal-tending effort, but a lot of that came from playing with intensity and precision in the offensive zone, sacrificing our body on the defensive end and playing to our strengths and the Devils’ weaknesses as the game wore on .

I watched this game before the Hoyas game so I was in good spirits as I watched the Caps pick up another two points in preparation with their showdown with the Flyers on Tuesday.  The Caps are now 35-3-3 when holding our opponents to 2 goals or less.  That has got to be the best record in the NHL with those parameters.  I gotta find out now.

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I like the fact that 106.7 the Fan has been focusing so much on the Caps of late.  Obviously today Georgetown and George Mason play some very big college basketball games, but the Caps is truly what we have in this town to talk about until the Nats start playing baseball, and after that, the Caps will still be what we truly have to talk about.

Much of the discussion of late has centered around which goalie will be starting for us come playoff time.  Boudreau has said all along that he would know who would be the #1 with about 20 games left.  Well, that idea is obviously out the window as Neuvy played against Detroit on Wednesday night after Holtby was part of another victory, this against Montreal, on Tuesday night.  Some may say, the logical reason to switch goalies against Detroit was because of the Caps having to play back-to-back games.  But I think, if you watch Holtby’s play against Montreal and Chicago, both victories for us granted, you could see his play slip just a little.  His rebound control was a little wild

Hendricks celebrates Knuble's goal against the Habs which provided the ultimate margin of victory, 4-2, on a night which saw the Caps win their 9th consecutive game.

and he got caught out of position on 1 goal in each game. To me, that alone was reason enough to go to Neuvy against the Red Wings.

Neuvy made a lot of saves against Detroit, but it’s clear that the save he didn’t make, in allowing a soft shot to beat him inside, top-shelf, was the play that most people watching that game would take away from the night.  Granted, Detroit is better than any team we had beaten in our previous nine games and they played a strong game.  I think Neuvy was good, but not great and we stayed in the game due to our defensive resilience an opportunistic offense.

I guess what I’m thinking is that we should expect to see Varly play soon and if he gets hot, I think Boudreau will start the playoffs with him.  As we have all seen the last two years, Boudreau trusts him in big spots even though I don’t think Varly played all that great in games 5-7 against Montreal last year.  All Varly needs to do is give Boudreau the slightest glimmer of hope that he is healthy and I bet the Russian will be between the pipes at the beginning of the playoffs. Besides, Boudreau and GMGM have all the confidence in the world that if Varly gets hurt or doesn’t play well that Neuvy can indeed step in and lead the team.  If Varly never gets himself healthy, Neuvy will be the guy and Holtby will back up.  That’s just my gut, but obviously I’m always wrong about whatever I write on this blog and Boudreau has a flare for the unconventional.

Double vision: The Hoyas have entered their last 3 tournaments with very high expectations, being seeded #2 twice and last year a #3 seed.  This year most people are picking them to lose in the 1st round again despite the return of Chris Wright to the lineup.  For some reason, I have a good feeling about tonight’s game.  Maybe we can slip through the cracks and make some magic this March.  On the other hand, I fear for George Mason who everyone is picking to beat Villanova although a Patriots victory would make me very happy on many different levels.

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An Apex on display

Knuble slips the game-winning goal past the Chicago net-minder in the Caps 4-3 OT victory yesterday against the defending champs.

A lot of people who follow sports talk about a team “peaking” at the right time”.  Who knows when that right time is?  The Caps peaked last year in January when they won 14 in a row.  This year they are peaking at the end of the regular season.  Well, not the END end of the regular season, but pretty close.  With only 12 games left, the Caps are now on an 8-game winning streak are ranked 3rd in the NHL in PK and 4th in goals allowed.  While people could complain that our previous 6 victories only featured one game against a top team, Tampa Bay, the last two at home have been against a Carolina team fighting for their playoff lives and against the defending Stanley Cup Champions who themselves had won 8 games in a row.

The truth of the matter is that Carolina outplayed us on Friday night as should have probably come away with at least 1 point in the game.  They dictated the pace of the play and were definitely the aggressors for the better part of the 3rd period, especially after we took a lead.  Holtby was fantastic in that game and as a team, even though we got a call to go in our direction when we got the quick whistle on a shot that Holtby did not control cleanly, we should get credit for being the only team to beat Carolina this year who was trailing going into the 3rd period.

Ovie was great in that game and it is clear that he is peaking at the right time.

Johannsonn has now had two solid games in the row centering the top line.  He fed Ovie a great drop pass on the game-tying goal against Carolina and he did a great job displaying patience in setting up Knuble on his game-winner yesterday against Chicago.   Johannsson is not Backstrom yet, but he is faster than Backstrom and is able to create space for his linemates with his speed and smooth yet sneaky puck-handling ability.  He is able to explode from our own blue-line into the offensive zone with remarkable quickness and really puts defensemen on their heals.

John Carlson played an excellent game yesterday and even though Holtby let in a soft-goal, he continued to make big stops.  I will say

Hendricks nets the game-winner after blocking a shot short-handed an traling Arnie up the ice on a breakaway. The Caps eventually beat the 'Canes 2-1.

that having watched him on his streak that Neuvy still has better rebound control that Holtby in that recently Neuvy has not been giving up any rebounds at all. Everything has been sticking to him.  Not so much with Holtby, but I’m sure he is going to keep playing until he loses.

Unlike against Carolina, the Caps deserved to win yesterday and got our rightful 2 points in what was quite an exciting, intense game.  All four lines dictated tempo in the offensive zone which kept everyone fresh as the game wore on.  While our PK gave up the late 6-on-4 goal, it is clear that it has become the most reliable part of our game which is a great feeling heading into the playoffs.  We had limited PP chances yesterday, but Arnie looks good manning the point with Wideman as was on display yesterday with the rocket he sent into the net to give us a 2-1 lead at the end of the 1st period.

It’s amazing that all of this is happening without Mike Green playing at all and that we were able to generate 4 goals without our top center against a team that won the Stanley Cup primarily because of its defense.  I’m not going to think about the top spot on the Eastern Conference until us and Philly have played the same number of games and frankly, I’m not even sure we want it since we don’t know who will be playing in the 8th spot.  I just know that with our recent play, some of the other top teams in the Eastern Conference must be getting a little nervous.

Double vision: The Hoyas got a #6 seed yesterday, probably because of the upcoming return of Chris Wright to the lineup.  We probably deserved that high, despite our recent losing skid, considering how many tournament teams we had beaten this year.  We haven’t entered the tournament this low for a long time.  Maybe limited expectations garnered from a lower seeding will serve us better.

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No bark and no bite

I know that Chris Wright is an important member of the Hoyas.  I lamented his loss on this very blog when it happened a little over two weeks ago.  I knew he was the player that made Georgetown go on so many different levels.  But what I did not know was that the rest of our team would lose their hearts and their minds when he was no longer on the court.

Of course I know our guys wanted to win yesterday and tried to win, but it didn’t look like it.  We looked scared to take shots.  At one point in the 1st half, Henry Sims received a perfect pass under the basket and rather than go up strong and challenge the UConn defenders, he passed the ball out to the 3-point line.  Huh?? What the hell?

I don’t agree with what was written about Austin Freeman today in the paper by Sally Jenkins who is  a late-comer and the kind of writer who loves to pile on – the perfect Wilbon imitator, who wrote that Freeman was sluggish and not a leader.  When we were on our 8-game winning streak, everyone called Freeman calm, stoic and praised his sangfroid.  Now he is called lackadaisical and not a leader.  Bull!

But he like the rest of the Hoyas are not once they once were.  We know they are missing their leader, but now, due to this tail spin which has gotten very much out of control, Freeman, Wright and Vaughn may have only 1 game left before it’s all over.  JTIII has got to coach better and everyone has to play better.

Now, how will the Hoyas be judged by the committee?  We played 16 games against teams in the top 25 and went 6-10 in those games.  We were 6-6 until our current 4-game slide.  We did not lose to one team outside of the top 25 and have not collapsed like Villanova has.  Still, without a 100% healthy Chris Wright, we will not be a top 6 seed.  We better be higher than the Wildcats, but I hope we don’t get the #8 or #9 seed.  I would rather be a #10 or #11 seed than have to face a potential 2nd round match-up with a #1.  Anyway, there are no more games to play until Sunday and ’till then, all we can do is clasp our hands and pull our hair and cry bitterly to the fate that once again the sports gods have subjected the poor folks of the district to.

Double vision:

The Caps demolished the Oilers last night, which is a good sign.  We are a much better team than them and after our slow start and a great

Holtby closes the door on an Oiler breakaway in the Caps' 5-0 demolition of Edmonton. His stop was probably the turning point of a 0-0 game and was followed shortly after with a PP goal by Ovie.

game-saving save by Holtby on an Oiler who had a clean breakaway while we were on the PP, the Caps scored, thanks to Ovie’s 1st home PP goal of the season, and we never looked back.

First of all, Holtby is playing some sick hockey.  He has not allowed a goal in 5 consecutive periods and is playing lights out in goalie.  I know he has only played 10 games this year, but in that time, he has GAA of 1.95 and a save percentage of .930.  That’s pretty awesome.  The defense in front of him has been pretty good too.  Last night, aside from the breakaway I mentioned, the Oilers really never pressured the Caps aside from one shift in the 2nd period.  Other than that, we controlled the pace of the game for the most part.

All four lines moved the puck well and committed to the forecheck.  Johannsonn filled in very well for Backstrom although I don’t think anyone would say that we don’t need #19 back as soon as possible.  Arnott continues to play great for us.  Boy, was I wrong about that trade.  To this point, my fears of having traded Steckel for Arnott look like the musings of an idiot as our defense continue to rise – we are now 4th in PK and in goals allowed, and now our offense is clicking as well as it has all year.  Wideman is also proving to be a great addition and Sturm is making a consistent impact.  (He could have scored the last goal of the game last night, but unselfishly passed it to Semin).

The PP has to still be a concern even though we scored twice last night.  I like Arnie at the point and having Fehr should give us another big body to scoop up rebounds into the net, as he did last night, from the shots that from the point that are no getting through with more consistency with Arnie and Wideman manning the points on the PP.

The Caps are now 31-3-3 when we hold our opponent to 2 goals or less something that we obviously will strive to do come playoff time.  The Caps have played well recently against weaker competition.  These were necessary points to pick up and after all, everyone in the Eastern Conference basically has the same schedule.  It is pretty impressive that after suffering an 8 game losing streak and two other streaks of below average hockey, that the Caps now sit in 2nd in the Eastern Conference with 14 games left.  Lots is left to be decided and we probably will know where we stand after the next 8 games during which time we play 7 teams, mostly on the road, who are in the thick of the playoff race.

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A Sinking Ship

Throughout much of this week, JTIII has said that his team has got to get used to playing without Chris Wright.  This meant that everyone from the biggest of our big men to the quickest of our guards had to raise their level of play to help their teammates get good look at the baskets and control the tempo of the game.  After today’s result, clearly no one has learned anything.

The Hoyas lost steam today in the final 10 minutes of the 2nd half and Cincinnati won in a laugher, a true embarrassment for a Hoyas team that people were talking about as a potential #1 seed about 2 weeks ago.  The reality is that no one, especially Jason Clark and Julian Vaughn, were able to step up and help Austin Freeman out.  The latter gave a valiant effort, but seemed to wear down as the game went on.  And while he is a great scorer, he is not an all-timer at Georgetown, a rare kind of college player like Ewing, Reggie Williams and Allen Iverson, who could carry a team single-handed.  He needs his partner in Chris Wright and without Wright and his ability to drive to the basket and either score or set up his teammates, as well as his clutch shooting, Georgetown looks very, very average.

I know it’s easy to pick on coaches when teams are losing, but here are a few beefs I have with JTIII.  While all coaches rely on their seniors, why is it that Starks played so little today?  He had a decent game against Syracuse and seemed ready to begin running the Hoyas now and into the future.  He is not Chris Wright yet, but he is the team’s best option at point guard at this point.  Vee Sanford is a gifted offensive player yet he never gets any playing time.  JTIII has relied so much on the DC3 and last year on Monroe as well, that the other young players on this team have not developed.  Hollis Thompson is too good a shooter and has produced this year, but he has been given steady minutes.  Why have Sanford and Starks only seen spot duty for most of the year?  We could have used them today.

Lubick plays because he is an excellent player and will continue to be for us into the future.  I guess it just seems to me that unless players can play right away, they are not getting much development in the off-season or in practice during the year.  Now, with the absence of Chris Wright, we have no one to go to, no back-up plan that we could see perhaps pay some dividends.

Georgetown started the Big East season 1-4 and ended the season 1-4.  In between, we won 8 games in a row and got a lot of people, including yours truly, very excited about what this year may bring to the hilltop and D.C. as a whole.  I guess we deserved to be in the top 8, but we will most likely play UConn on Wednesday who beat us earlier at full strength.  We have 3 days to prepare for them so let’s see if JTIII has some rabbit to pull out of his hat.  Otherwise, we probably will be no better than an #7 or #8 seed in the tournament and will have to hope that Wright makes an unbelievable recovery and leads us to what seems now like an increasingly improbable run through the NCAA tournament.

Double vision: The Wizards played a good game tonight against the Timberwolves.  John Wall and Andray Blatche had the most

Trevor Booker dunks on Minnesota's Kevin Love in the 4th quarter of the Wizards; 103-96 victory over the Timberwolves. Booker scored 6 consecutive points on 3 dunks in the 4th quarter which enlivened the Verizon Center crowd and sparked the Wizards energy level en route to an important victory for Flip Saunders.

complete games for the home team, but Maurice Evans and especially Trevor Booker were the 4th quarter spark plugs that really led us to victory.  The Wizards may have really found someone in Booker.  I don’t want to make a huge deal out of three dunks, but the last two really got the team and the crowd going.  What they show is that Booker is an athletic, highly competitive, energetic player who can clean the glass.  On top of it, he plays good defense.  He didn’t stop Kevin Love by any means, but he made things a little harder for him just by the amount of energy that he puts out on the defensive end.  It will be interesting to see if Booker can become a starter in this league.  Right now his offensive skills are not nearly good enough to even be in the conversation, but it is clear that the Wizards are intent on letting their young players learn on the job, which is the way to go, and Booker continue to impress with the opportunity.

As someone who lost their mother in adulthood, I was happy for Saunders that he could get this win tonight against his former team.  The pain he is going through is something we all have to face in our lives.  But while it is an experience that almost all of us share as human beings, it is something that no one can prepare you for.

 

 

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Today Georgetown lost to Syracuse just the way anyone who had watched Chris Wright play for us for four years would fear:  our offense looked disjointed and out of sync and Syracuse won primarily because they caused so many turnovers which led to many easy baskets.   I listened to this game on the radio so it’s hard to speak clearly about the game’s action, but I do know that we had two chances under two minutes to get the ball and cut into a Syracuse three point lead.

On one occasion, if we had secured a rebound we would have had a chance.  Syracuse rebounded though and we had to foul, but then they missed the front end of the 1-and1. We had the ball and even though Austin Freeman made a nice pass to an open Jason Clark who unbelievably enough had his shot blocked, the offense seemed out of sorts.

There was not a clear plan of execution on offense as we all feared and without an outstanding game from any one Hoya, we fell short against a Syracuse team that had its full arsenal of players.

Its a sucky way for the Hoya seniors to end their home play at Georgetown, a really sucky way.

There is still time for this season to be a memorable one and Starks showed that the future may be bright for us at the point guard position.  But he is the only real point guard on the roster.  He has a week to plan for Cincinnati and for the Hoyas to avenge their loss from earlier this week.  A victory could boost his confidence and the rest of team’s heading into the Big East tournament.

So, I will continue to hope for the improbable, but accept what could be the inevitable, another disappointing fizzle to yet another Hoya season that at one point seemed to show so much promise.

Double vision: To describe the action to last night Caps’ game would give their effort too much credit.  Ovie seemed ready to play and that was it.  It is amazing that for all the inspiring victories we have had this season including our 3 victories against Pittsburgh, our 3 wins against Tampa and our home victory against Philly, we have had almost as many really awful games including two against the Rangers, one against Tampa, one against New Jersey and two against Boston.  That’s 7 great wins compared to 6 really, REALLY ugly losses.

Last night was definitely unsightly.  The good thing is that we play again tonight and try to get the nauseous taste out of our mouths.

Triple vision: Stupid me that I expected the Caps to win and the Wizards to get blown out.  So I only watched the 4th quarter of the Wiz and watched the Caps on DVR.  After two putrid games against less than average teams, the Wiz showed up big time against Miami and almost pulled out a game they had no business winning.  At the end of the day, it’s yet another loss in season full of them.

Tonight should be interesting to watch how the new players play at home.  I hope that Crawford gets some serious playing time on this team as we could use a real 3-man on this  team.

You begin to wonder how long can Flip last since we are likely to win less games than last year.  Will he stay next year to work hard to try to win 30 games or are the playoffs a possibility?  Even Grunfeld said on the radio yesterday that the playoffs are “2-3 years away”.

2-3 years?  Who says that on the radio?  What fan is going to buy tickets for next year if next year is definitely not a playoff year?  Is he saying that even if we land a couple of good free agents because the new salary cap that will be in place once a new CBA is established for the N.B.A forces some of the league’s big spenders to dump some good players, we still don’t have  as shot at the playoffs?  If that’s the case, then things are much, much worse than I thought.

Tough 24 hours for D.C. fans.

 

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There are so many strands running through the old duder’s head that I had to wait 24 hours to write something.

1st of all, I guess Georgetown is truly the 2nd basketball team around here.  While I have been mourning what appears to be a season lost due to Chris Wright’s broken finger in his left hand, everyone on sports talk radio is talking about how Gary Williams is underachieving and about how lousy the Maryland student body is because they did not fill up the arena to see the Terps pick up an important win against Florida State. Maryland may or not make the tournament this year, but one thing is for sure, they are not going to make the Sweet 16 in the NCAA.

Georgetown on the other hand, before last night, had a decent shot to make the Final Four.  That may seem crazy to say about a team that looked putrid last night in losing to Cincinnati.  In truth, I feared a let-down as the Hoyas knew they are tournament bound while Cincinnati knew that beating us would ensure that they would make the tournament.  Fait Accompli.  Even before Wright went out, it looked like we were going to lose.

Today, I was slightly relieved to hear that Georgetown expects him back before “the end of the season”.  I guess that means the NCAA tournament which starts 3 weeks from today.  But to be honest, Georgetown, which if the tournament started today would probably get a #3 seed, will probably lose at least one of its next two games.  That would then probably give us a single bye and at most, without Wright, I can’t see us winning more than one game in Big East tournament which will probably drop us eventually to  a #5 or #6 seed.  All of a sudden, not so hot, but not totally lost if Wright can indeed come back.

Of course, the X factor is Austin Freeman.  While he is probably the 2nd best player in the conference and our team’s best scorer, he is not the head of our Voltron;  Wright is.  Freeman is that awesome sword that Voltron had.  The question is though, with Jason Clark sharing time at the point with Starks, can Freeman elevate his game so that Georgetown still rises to the top of the conference.  If we win the next two, we will probably finish in the top 4 of the league and get a double bye and then who knows about the Big East tournament.  That tournament has been won by great individual efforts- the Hoyas alone have won that tournament lead by the immortal Ewing, Reggie Williams and most recently Jeff Green.  Can Freeman stake his name in Hoya lore by doing the same?  We will begin to find out this Saturday as Georgetown takes on the Orange at home.

If none of that transpires though and Georgetown loses in the 1st two rounds of the NCAA tournament, this will be yet another great class of players that left Georgetown without coming close to reaching their potential.  They have scored some great victories, but while great memories come from the Big East tournament, moments in eternity happen in the NCAA tournament and for this group of players, those moments have never even come tantalizingly close.

Of course all this happened while the Wiz made what I think was a good trade.  Sure Mike Bibby doesn’t want to be here, but screw him, he’s here so deal.  But in essence, since last summer, Grunfeld traded our 2nd round pick to Chicago and has now gotten 2 1st round picks out of it – one that was used on Seraphin this year and one from Atlanta is this year’s draft.  Grunfeld has botched a lot of things, but this series of trades was not one of them.  Now, time will tell if Seraphin proves to be anything other than a Euro-bust and Grunfeld’s eye for talent is still suspect at best, but if I were a Hawks fan, I would be pissed to have given up a good young talent in Crawford and a 1st round pick for a good defender in Hinrich with an inconsistent outside shot and bum of a player in Hilton Armstrong.

The Caps resume their season tomorrow night and the good news is that Backstrom’s broken finger is not going to prevent him from playing, hopefully.

It is tough being a D.C. sports fan…….

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