Found August 24, 2012 on
There once was a time when Martell Webster was part of the Portland Trail Blazers rebuilding project as a former sixth overall pick in the 2005 NBA Draft.
Now only 25 years old and with seven seasons in the league, Webster is once again part of a new era in the game as the Washington Wizards continue to shake things up this offseason.
According to multiple reports, the one-time Blazer and recently waived Minnesota Timberwolves small forward is planning to sign with Wizards in an expected one-year deal with the team.
Webster worked out with the Wizards this week as part of group that included Michael Redd, Terrence Williams and Shawne Williams and apparently management liked what they saw in Webster.
His best season came during the 2007-08 season in Portland when he averaged 10.7 points and 3.9 rebounds in 28.4 minutes per game, but injuries have plagued Webster throughout his career.
Webster essentially missed the entire 2008-09 season with the Bl...
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Martell Webster will be in DC this upcoming season
Continuing their plan to reconstruct the roster and have as much depth as possible, the Washington Wizards have agreed to terms with shooting guard Martell Webster.
This continues a trend Washington has been on of adding solid veteran players to mix in with their group of talented young guys. Webster will be going into his 8th...
Martell Webster has agreed to terms with the Wizards.
Last night, the Washington Wizards landed seven-year NBA vet Martell Webster.
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Martell Webster auditioned for the Wizards this week.
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