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Even if Not Guilty of a Crime, Andray Blatche is Guilty of Poor Judgment by Derrel “Jazz” Johnson

By now, we’ve probably all heard a few takes on Andray Blatche’s situation, but the more information that’s released, is the more this probably warrants discussing.

It was supposed to be a celebratory day. Brooklyn Nets Center Andray Blatche, who signed a non-guaranteed contract in the off season, made it to Monday, January 7, 2013. The Nets gave Blatche an opportunity at redemption and by 5:00 p.m. on Jan. 7, he’d made it.

Blatche’s contract became guaranteed for the remainder of the season.

Not only has Blatche played well on the court, averaging 11.3 points and 6.1 rebounds on the season, and filling in admirably for Brook Lopez when he missed a stretch of games, but he has also behaved himself off the court as well, something he has not always done.

Less than 12 hours after that 5pm threshold, that had changed. And it’s a shame.

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