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Tomas Satoransky
Tomas Satoransky
Position: G
Born: 10/30/91
Height: 6-7 / 2.01
Weight:210 lbs. / 95.3 kg.
Salary: $3,129,187
Satoransky had 18 points, a career-high 12 rebounds and 10 assists in his first career triple-double, helping Washington beat the Milwaukee Bucks 113-106 on Friday night. Bradley Beal scored 32 points for the Wizards, who won for the third time in four games. Beal threw down an alley-oop for Satoransky’s last assist, making it 111-101 with 1:43 remaining. “Shout out to Brad, because he called that play,” Satoransky said. “It was all love from him.”
Dekker isn’t a paid spokesperson for Culver’s, but he is an unofficial ambassador for the Badger State. “He’s always like, ‘It’s great in the summer!’ ” teammate Tomas Satoransky says, imitating Dekker’s enthusiastic tourism plugs for Wisconsin. “You can definitely see it. He’s taking a lot of pride in that.” Dekker endorses the beaches and golf courses off Lake Michigan. He highlights how two of the top high school recruits in the class of 2021 hail from Wisconsin. He boasts that Acuity, an insurance company based in his hometown of Sheboygan, Wis. and where his sister-in-law works, has a 65-foot indoor Ferris wheel for employees.
I ask Satoransky whether he thinks the communication on the Wizards is good. He puts up his hand and wavers it back and forth. So-so. “It could be better. … There’s a lot of rumors about Wizards, all the time. That’s the thing. I think that obviously hurts us. It was always like that, since I came here.” Even before he came, in fact: One month before Satoransky arrived in 2016, Beal re-signed with the franchise for the maximum extension worth almost $50 million more than the $80 million maximum deal Wall had signed three years prior. It wasn’t Washington shortchanging Wall—the NBA landed a massive television deal, which increased the salary cap—but that wasn’t Wall’s problem. Reports suggested he was jealous of Beal; Wall denied the idea with passive-aggression. “Now that you have your money,” Wall said to the press, referring to Beal, “you got to go out there and improve your game. I want you to be an All-Star just as much as I’m an All-Star.” Wall then said that he and Beal “have a tendency to dislike each other,” and called Beal his “sidekick.” “I’m A,” Wall said. “He’s A-1.”