Found June 27, 2014 on Pro Sports Daily:
The Washington Wizards announced today that forward Martell Webster had successful microdisectomy surgery yesterday to repair a herniated disc in his lower back. He will begin the rehab process immediately and is expected to miss approximately three to five months before resuming basketball activity. The procedure was performed by Dr. Robert Watkins Jr. in Los Angeles following consultation with team doctors earlier in the week.

Martell Webster To Miss 3-5 Months After Back Surgery

Martell Webster underwent successful microdisectomy surgery on Thursday to repair a herniated disc in his lower back. He will begin the rehab process immediately and is expected to miss approximately three to five months before resuming basketball activity. Webster sustained the injury during a routine workout at the Washington Wizards’ practice facility last week. Webster averaged...

Wizards Injury Update: Martell Webster out for up to 5 months after back surgery

The Washington Wizards had a successful 2013-2014 season, winning 44 regular season games and advancing to the Eastern Conference Semifinals before losing to the Indiana Pacers in six games. Their win total also surpassed their 2012-2013 win total by 15 games. In order for the trend to continue, the Wizards need to improve their scoring output and rebounding. They also need to stay...

And with the 46th pick

Wizards’ fans find themselves in a very unfamiliar position this evening as it pertains to the 2014 NBA Draft. Instead of being on the edge of their seats watching the lottery unfold everyone can go enjoy their dinner, get some ice cream afterwards, give the kids a bath, read them a book and still make it in time […] The post And with the 46th pick appeared first on Hoop District.

Wizards Martell Webster out 3-5 months after back surgery

Photo: Monumental Network Washington Wizards small forward Martell Webster will miss 3-5 months after undergoing surgery to repair a herniated disc in his back, the team has announced. Webster injured his back last week during workouts at the Wizards training facility. The injury is certainly a blow for a team that is coming off of its first playoff run in years and may possibly...

The Wizards’ Bad Boys shun new talent; take cash instead

Not many franchises would render a great amount of scrutiny and backlash for selling their second round pick. I mean, it’s just a 2nd round pick, right? It’s practically a crap shoot in finding potential talent. Most teams also have reasonable justifications for ridding their chances of finding their own Manu Ginobili in exchange for […] The post The Wizards’ Bad Boys shun...

Wizards Rumors: Washington to retain Andre Miller

Back on June 10th we discussed the strong possibility of Andre Miller being brought back by the Washington Wizards to play out the final year of his contract.  That possibility is now reported to be a certainty.By Keith Allison via Wikimedia CommonsJ. Michael of is reporting that Miller's agent has confirmed that the team will bring him back for the 2014-2015...

Wizards notify Andre Miller that option will be picked up

The Wizards have told Andre Miller that he'll be retained via the $4.6 million option on his contract for the 2014-15 season, his agent Andy Miller confirmed to on Friday. All along it appeared the Wizards would keep Miller, a 38-year-old who was acquired in a Feb. 20 trade with the Denver Nuggets. He was the perfect tutor for John Wall and has embraced his...

Daniel Orton could reunite with John Wall and Washington Wizards

Looks like former Kentucky Wildcats center Daniel Orton is getting another shot at the NBA. This time, it will be with the Washington Wizards: As I wrote last nite after draft, Wizards are looking at FAs. Daniel Orton is on board for summer league. List is fluid #WizardsTalk #nBA — J. Michael (@JMichaelCSN) June 27, 2014 If he were to make the team, he’d team up with former...

Wizards making strong push to re-sign Gortat

The Washington Wizards made a surprising run in the NBA Playoffs this past season, pushing the Indiana Pacers to six games in the second round. Washington acquired Gortat from the Phoenix Suns last season, and he was a big reason for the Wizards making the playoffs. He may not be the best scorer, but he is a near double-double machine and plays solid defense as well. According to...

This is why Drew Gooden's return is a lock

Aside from Drew Gooden making it clear he wants to return to play for the Wizards, it makes the most since for him financially as he's still being paid the Milwaukee Bucks under the "amnesty clause" for the 2014-15 season. It won't cost much for the Wizards to retain him, and for Gooden it allows him to keep his Early Bird rights in tact for better job security...

The Top 50 Wizards Moments from 2013-14 (No. 30-26)

[Previous rankings]: Top Wizards Moments No. 50-46 Top Wizards Moments No. 45-41 Top Wizards Moments No. 40-36 Top Wizards Moments No. 35-31 30. Clyde? MJ? Oh, Bradley Beal! Dat wingspan. In this clip, Bradley Beal transforms back into a backyard roll-out court superstar, effortlessly gliding past the Jazz defender, under the rim, and to the […] The post The Top 50 Wizards Moments...

The Top 50 Wizards Moments from 2013-14 (No. 35-31)

Let’s get right to it because there is a lot of comedy in these Vines. Not just by defenders who seemingly have had their X-box controllers disconnected during the play, but also by fan reactions. Some of these could be great Hoop District meme material. [Previous rankings]: Top Wizards Moments No. 50-46 Top Wizards Moments […] The post The Top 50 Wizards Moments from 2013-14...

Wizards trade 46th pick (Jordan Clarkson) to L.A. Lakers for cash considerations

The Wizards selected point guard Jordan Clarkson from out of Missouri with the 46th pick overall. #Wizards select Jordan Clarkson, a PG from Missouri, with the 46th overall pick #NBADraft2014 — ESPN 980 (@ESPNRadio980) June 27, 2014 But before you get your hopes up about a young athletic point guard backing up John Wall, Yahoo [...]

Report: Wizards to pick up option on Andre Miller

The Washington Wizards are moving forward with plans to retain their key veteran free agents. That plan includes a trip to Poland to meet with Marcin Gortat; keeping Trevor Ariza; and now picking up the $4.6 million option on backup point guard Andre Miller. CSN Washington’s J.Micheal reports the Wizards have notified Miller of their [...]

Wizards to meet with Marcin Gortat in Poland

With the NBA Draft behind them the Wizards turn their attention to their top free agent priority Marcin Gortat. CSN Washintgon’s J. Michael reports the Wizards’ contingent left on Friday to head to Poland to meet with the center to convince him that he is better off staying put in D.C. “Coach Randy Wittman and [...]
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