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Josh Childress will participate in training camp with the Washington Wizards.
Childress had several workouts this offseason, but hasn't secured a contract for the coming season.
Childress began last season with the Brooklyn Nets, but was waived in December.
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The Washington Wizards have been hit with the injury bug early in this seasons training camp. The team has lost wingman Chris Singleton and center Emeka Okafor for long periods of time this season. With these injuries the team has reached out to former 6th overall pick out of Stanford, Josh Childress.
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