Chucky is a veteran player who is in the last year of his contractReports: Grizzlies interested in Atkins Jan 19, 2006
Jarvis is a big part of the core that we've built here, and we're looking forward to watching him continue to grow as a player and as a professionalJarvis Hayes gets new deal from Wizards Oct 27, 2005
Andray and JaVale are two pieces that we feel can solidify our frontcourt for years to come, and extending their contracts certainly fits in with our long-term plan of rebuilding this team with a core of young, talented playersWizards extend contract for Blatche Sep 24, 2010
After further investigation into an incident on Thursday night, we concluded that Andray and JaVale conducted themselves in an unprofessional manner. As a result, both players will be suspended for tomorrow's game at San AntonioWizards suspend Blatche, McGee after fight Dec 25, 2010
We agreed to terms with Mike on a buyout of his contract, which gives us increased financial flexibility and opens up more opportunities for us to continue to develop and evaluate our younger playersWizards buy out, waive Mike Bibby Feb 28, 2011
Ernest "Ernie" Grunfeld (born April 24, 1955) is the General Manager of the Washington Wizards. He was also once a professional basketball player. He served as general manager of the New York Knicks of the National Basketball Association from 1989 to 1999, and as the Bucks' general manager from 1999–2003, at which time he became the President of Basketball Operations for the Washington Wizards.
Born in Satu Mare, Romania, Grunfeld immigrated together with his parents, Alex and Livia to the United States in 1964. He grew up in Forest Hills, in Queens, New York City, where he attended Forest Hills High School.
In the summer of 1973, Grunfeld was selected to play on the American team for the Maccabiah Games, the only high school student on the starting five. He led the team in scoring with a 20-point average, but Israel defeated the U.S. in the final 86-80.