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As the Wizards go into training camp, they should feel slightly optimistic about where their roster is. John Wall has openly challenged himself to take his game to the next level, hopefully injecting his name into the discussion of elite point guards. One season wouldn’t prove that he is in there, but at least it […]The post And then there were 3: The logjam at small forward appeared first on Hoop District.
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The Washington Wizards finished with a record of 29-53 and third in the Southeast Division last season, and are primed for an even better season this year. Down the stretch when John Wall was finally healthy, the Wizards were very competitive and were able to beat some very good basketball teams. Assuming Wall and the […]
Standout Washington Wizards guard John Wall put on a show during Wednesday’s University of Kentucky alumni game. Agreeing in July to a five-year contract extension worth $80 million, Wall compiled 40 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists in the exhibition. “[Eric Bledsoe] told me I wasn’t going to get 40, so I went to go get 40,” said Wall, 22, who Washington took out of Lexington...
Marc Eversley has been hired by the Washington Wizards as vice president of scouting.
Eversley was previously in the front office of the Toronto Raptors under Bryan Colangelo.
The Wizards have lost Milt Newton and Mike Wilson this offseason.