Wiz Fans Glad to Be Off Arenas' Roller Coaster

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Washington Wizards president Ernie Grunfeld, in discussing the trade of Gilbert Arenas to Orlando earlier Saturday, said of the relations between the player and the team of whom he became the face for the better part of a decade, "We're leaving on good terms.''

Hopefully that goes for the rest of the Wizards' beaten-down fan base and the rest of the D.C. metropolitan area.

Oh, it was time for him to go, no doubt. And who knows how to answer a Magic fan or an Orlando resident asking, "So, what should we expect from this guy?'' Expect? No one could expect with certainty that the trade that seemed so...

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