CrypticVillain

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About CrypticVillain

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  • Birthday 01/04/1999

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    01/04/1999
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    1989
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    Charley Taylor
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  1. CrypticVillain

    The Official Washington Wizards Thread: The JOHN WALL ERA

    Smh... My goodness. He really messed up.
  2. CrypticVillain

    The Official Washington Wizards Thread: The JOHN WALL ERA

    It really is. I could've sworn they were up by double digits in the second half. lol
  3. CrypticVillain

    The Official Washington Wizards Thread: The JOHN WALL ERA

    Do y'all know anything about Brian Wright? From what I read about him so far, he might be the perfect person for the job. Assistant GM for a winning Organization the last three years. Also, he's local...
  4. CrypticVillain

    The Official Washington Wizards Thread: The JOHN WALL ERA

    This was one of the worse basketball games I've ever seen... He made it much worse. Buck clowned him for dogging Decker too.
  5. CrypticVillain

    The Official Washington Wizards Thread: The JOHN WALL ERA

    Walter Lemon... A very unexpected member of the legendary "Wizards Killer" list. Smh...
  6. CrypticVillain

    The Official Washington Wizards Thread: The JOHN WALL ERA

    Watching The Talk, Brian Windhorst says the GM job is very in demand...
  7. CrypticVillain

    The Official Washington Wizards Thread: The JOHN WALL ERA

    Between what you and Des said, I might be changing my mind. Thing is, there's absolutely no way they're contending any time soon. You have a very valuable trade piece. You have to at least float the idea out there.
  8. CrypticVillain

    The Official Washington Wizards Thread: The JOHN WALL ERA

    This... His stock will never be higher. I doubt they'll actually do it, but it's probably the best basketball move they can make.
  9. CrypticVillain

    The Official Washington Wizards Thread: The JOHN WALL ERA

    Listen... I never celebrate anyone's firing, but this was long overdue. I almost cried young.
  10. CrypticVillain

    ***2018-19 NBA Playoffs Thread***

    Nah that was a weak move... Especially when you consider Curry's injury history on his ankles. It's the same as when Bruce Bowen kicked Vince Carter in his Achilles when Vince was dealing with those issues. I know the Warriors are the new Evil Empire, which appears to be ending soon (we can talk about that another time), but you just can't go around smacking bammas on the ankles while they're shooting. Unfortunately for me, I've NEVER gotten that high on a jump shot before; so I don't have that problem. lol Oh yeah, I don't know how you can argue against Harden winning the MVP right now. The Greek is having a good season and the Bucks have the best record right now, but you can't argue against these historic numbers.
  11. CrypticVillain

    The Official Washington Wizards Thread: The JOHN WALL ERA

    Something seems off about this...
  12. I saw that first tweet a few minutes ago... Why was he even playing Tackle?
  13. With the amount of bread they gave him, I felt like the thinking was trying him at Guard.
  14. My beef with Jay is literally coaching. I said that already that he's constantly out-coached. Even when the team is healthy, it's not like they ever set the world on fire. Lol All in all, I feel like at some point, there will be a tipping point. Either he'll finally breakthrough, or he'll break.
  15. Not gonna lie, my prediction is based on the fact that they're going to find some bum QB to play with next year and they're going to lean HEAVILY on the defense and running game (That's why they were so anxious to get AP back I bet.) Also, I'll admit that I'm not thinking too much about my personal feelings towards the FO (Mainly Bruce). Truthfully speaking, I think the FO has been slightly above mediocre since Shanahan has left. I think the only reason we haven't seen it translate on the field is because of Gruden's coaching... For what it's worth, I'm not actually happy that I feel the way I feel about Gruden. I hope he finds a way to get better, but it's been five years and he still gets routinely out-coached imo.