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Andray Blatche is holding a ‘Grand Finale’ party after the Wizards’ last game

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Jan Vesely isn't invited to the party. He knows what he did (Ned Dishman/ Getty).

It's been a rough season for Washington Wizards forward Andray Blatche: he called out his coaching staff and teammates after the first game of the season, talked about accountability at a team meeting two weeks later with no sense of irony, was made to sit out to "get in shape" after returning from injury (he hasn't played at all, of course), and capped everything by understanding it was his fault things went so poorly.

So how is he choosing to cap off such a terrible season? By throwing a party on Thursday night, of course! Via the always-awesome DC Sports Bog, check out the full flyer for the soiree at Eden, one of only four clubs in the D.C. area whose website automatically plays an Enrique Iglesias song, check out the full flyer of details after the jump.

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Andray Blatche is hosting the league's most misguided party (via DC Sports Bog).

I don't know if the "Grand Finale" is just for the end of the season or the presumed end of Blatche's career with the Wizards. The latter would make a lot more sense as the occasion for a party, and the trades of fellow nincompoops JaVale McGee and Nick Young suggest that Blatche could be on his way out, too.

On the other hand, that doesn't mean this day is worth a celebration. If this game does mark Blatche's last official stint on the Wizards' roster, then at least he'll be going out in representative fashion.

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