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A return of #98?
Jason Collins played in 32 games for the Celtics last year, starting at center in 7 of them (with minimal success). He averaged 1.2 points and 1.6 rebounds in just over 10 minutes per game before being dealt to Washington at the trade deadline as part of the Jordan Crawford deal. Collins appeared in just 6 contests for the Wizards, and is now an unrestricted free agent.
On Tuesday I wrote a Green Target post suggesting Boston bring back Greg Stiemsma, but yesterday he signed with New Orleans. The return of Collins to the C's makes sense for a lot of the same reasons that Stiemsma did.
Collins would come cheap, he made the league minimum last year. And if finishing in the draft lottery is what Danny Ainge has in mind, Collins is not a guy who's going adversely effect that with his play. He's 34 years old with a very limited skill set, and likely wouldn't see much court time anyway. As currently constructed the Celtics roster has virtually no ...
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Just a few days into the 2013 NBA free agency period, the Washington Wizards 2013-14 roster seems like it is pretty much in place. With the signing of Eric Maynor, and the re-signing of Garrett Temple and Martell Webster, Washington’s roster now sits at 14 people and is all but set barring any trades. The following is a very early prediction of the stats of the 2013-14 Washington...
Earlier today, the Wizards continued their pursuit of culture reformation after securing the deals of newly acquired Eric Maynor, along with the re-signing of Garrett Temple. Martell Webster promised us last night that his contract extension would be signed today as well. The decision to retain Temple and Webster is mere evidence that the Wizards [...]
Carolyn Moos is probably a name you wouldn’t recognize in conversation, but if one were to mention Jason Collins, it might click. She is the former fiancée of the NBA player who recently came-out, and is the first openly gay male athlete in professional sports. She spent eight years in a relationship with Collins, most of them while both student-athletes at Stanford, only to have...
The Washington Wizards added free agent Eric Maynor on Wednesday and re-signed Garrett Temple for backcourt depth behind John Wall and Bradley Beal.
Maynor played 64 games with Oklahoma City and Portland last season, averaging 4.5 points and 2.8 assists.
''He will bring stability and experience in that role and add leadership and character off the floor,'' Wizards...
Wizards vs Raptors 2013, a set on Flickr. http://www.csnwashington.com/Wizards – The Wizards took on the Raptors at home. This is what I saw featuring John Wall, Martell Webster, Bradley Beal and the Wizard Girls.
Wizards vs Kings 2013, a set on Flickr. www.csnwashington.com/Wizards – The Wizards came up short..again..against the soon to be Seattle Supersonics (kept the description the same as orginial post since it was a foregone conclusion SacTown basketball was done.) Isiah Thomas v.II scorched Washington with an impressive 4th quarter that finished with a tear drop [...]
Washington Wizards forward Martell Webster has an Instagram, and we are fully unsure of what is going on there. We highly recommend that you head over there and check out a few videos. We have hand selected a few for you to experience the weirdness.
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Wizards vs Suns 2013, a set on Flickr. www.csnwashington.com – The Wizards hosted the Suns and continued their winning ways at home. Here are my shots from the game featuring John Wall, the Wizard Girls and the unveiling of Unleash the Wizard by Martell Webster.
The world of Instagram video has provided us so far with some quality moments from NBA players and the latest comes to us from Washington Wizards forward Martell Webster.
Earlier today, Martell posted the below clip talking about his reaction to his kids coloring pictures and what he really thinks when he sees them:
In case you want to know, Martell has two young daughters by the...
Wizards vs Magic 2013, a set on Flickr. www.csnwashington.com/Wizards – The Wizards hosted the Orlando Magic and came away with their 3rd victory in a row in John Wall’s second game back. Impressive win and here are some of the sights courtesy of my lens featuring John Wall, Nene, Wale, Bradley Beal and the Wizard [...]
When the Wizards selected Glen Rice Jr. in this past NBA draft, most Wizards fans erroneously thought they selected Glenn Robinson III. While they’re both progeny of former NBA players, Robinson III returned to the University of Michigan for his sophomore season. This begs the questions of who is Glen Rice Jr., and why are [...]
Wizards vs Nets 2013, a set on Flickr. www.csnwashington.com/wizards – The Wizards hosted the Brooklyn Nets and despite hanging on to force 2 overtimes the Wizards could not pull it out in the end. This is how I saw the game featuring Nene, Andray Blatche, Jerry Stackhouse, Steez, Deron Williams and Bradley Beal
Wizards vs Pacers 2013, a set on Flickr. The Washington Wizards took on the Indiana Pacers on Monday night at the phone booth in an attempt to end their 0 for everything streak. Unfortunately despite the inspired play at the end of the game the Wizards came up short. Game featuring Steez, Wale, Bradley Beal, [...]