Found September 12, 2012 on Wizards Extreme:
First off, who else is excited that the Wizards training camp starts in less than 3 weeks? It's coming quicker than you think and with the changes involved with Washington’s roster (six of the players under contract were not with the Wizards at the beginning of last season), there is much to be excited and optimistic about. If you can make it out to George Mason University for the open part of training camp, I highly suggest it. It is a great way to get up and close with the team. According to Michael Lee, the Wizards have invited Earl Barron, Steven Gray, and Shavlik Randolph to their training camp. Gray and Randolph were part of the Wizards summer league team this year and both showed promise which is the reason they are being invited to camp again. As Lee pointed out, Washington will have one available spot to fill if they so choose to do so. All 3 players are more than likely a long shot to make the squad, but to me if anyone has a chance to make it, it would be Steven ...
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