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The Washington Wizards have expectations for the first time in a long time.
The Wizards who have been laughing-stocks of the NBA for years, finally have a nucleus in place that can at least talk about the playoffs.
With a nucleus of Bradley Beal, Nene, Martell Webster, Emeka Okafor, Trevor Ariza, and rookie Otto Porter, The Wizard finally have reason to be optimistic.
Washington though, will only go as John Wall takes, and most importantly leads them. Wall has started asserting himself as a leader, and according to CSNWashington.com, Wall is organizing a minicamp for Wizards players.
“Working out with the coaches and stuff,” Wall said about his schedule since re-joining teammates for training sessions.” Getting everybody organized, to have like a mini-camp before we start training camp.”
Wall expects the entire roster together following Labor Day. He also anticipates training with former NBA All-Star point guard Gary Payton at some point before the start of camp on September 28.
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We know jocks love the strip club, and even in these dicey economic times, changing up the weather in one of these fine establishments is still a great night out. Our latest example, Washington Wizards’ star John Wall. The point guard recently cashed out with a huge extension, so a random Saturday visit to Stadium nightclub in DC, to waterfall a stack of ones was absolutely in...
Back on Saturday, Washington Wizards guard John Wall decided to hit up Stadium night club and well, he decided to use some cash to prove that he was in the building.
Check out the below Instagram clip which shows J. Wall making it rain hardcore:
John Wall makes it rain at DC club [Slam Online]
This past Sunday our own Mike Andrews briefly caught up with John Wall at a Goodman League game to discuss the importance of community basketball events as well as the historical prominence of commissioner Miles Rawls and the Goodman movement. Wall also talked about his cautious preparation for the upcoming Wizards season as the reason […]The post John Wall talks Goodman League...
Washington Wizards Vice President of player personnel Milt Newton will join the Timberwolves as the team's general manager according to a team source. Newton will be heavily involved in pro scouting.
The Wolves also plan on elevating Rob Babcock to a vice president of personnel position.
Both men have a prior history with Wolves President of Basketball Operations Flip Saunders...
Washington Wizards: One Player the Wizards Should Acquire- DeMarcus Cousins
By Brandon Hartman: VP of Content and Senior Writer at HoopStuff
Washington Receives: DeMarcus Cousins, Jason Thompson
Washington Trades: Kevin Seraphin, Otto Porter, Emeka Okafor, 2014 First Round Pick
- A trade rumor regarding DeMarcus Cousins is nothing new, so add this speculative deal to the list. The...
John Wall, now $80 million richer after signing a max contract extension with the Wizards this summer, has a few extra stacks of spending cash and was seen making it rain on the dancers at Stadium nightclub in Washington D.C. this weekend:
@eviplist Wizards #1 Draft Pick @John_Wall & Rod chilling #StadiumSaturdays #LetsGo! #turnt @werunhiphop @Msdecordon pic.twitter.com/jqF6QYxHUl...
Jason Collins is still without a job about two months from the start of the NBA season, but his former teammate Jason Kidd thinks he’ll end up with a team. Kidd is the current coach of the Brooklyn Nets, and the two were teammates on the Nets for seven seasons from 2001-2008. Kidd values his […]
Collins was on the Nets from 2001 until 2008, and appeared in both the 01-02 and 02-03 Finals vs the Lakers and Spurs, respectively
NBA veteran power forward Jason Collins has spent his career as a mostly under-the-radar player, as his style consists of him doing his job on the court quietly and effectively, without filling up many categories on the stat sheet or many...