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Engineering 'The Leap': An NBA Supertrainer's Plan for DC's Prized Sophomore

One after another, the Washington Wizards marched in for their exit interviews with owner Ted Leonsis and general manager Ernie Grunfeld. After a disappointing 2015-16 campaign that ended with a.500 record, no playoff appearance and head coach Randy Wittman’s ouster, there was bound to be some bickering and grumbling about what went wrong and why. One point on which every player could agree: Kelly Oubre Jr.
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