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Wizards vs Grizzlies – 2013 Vegas Summer League Tournament Otto Porter Jr. took the night off and with that so did the Wizards chances of advancing in the newly formatted Vegas Summer League. Washington apparently used up all their magic in the 3rd game of the Summer League, playing the Grizzlies slightly better than their [...]The post Otto Porter Jr. sits, so do Wizards tournament chances appeared first on Hoop District.
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Washington Wizards: Wizards Draft Grades
By Brandon Hartman: VP of Content/Senior Writer..Hoopstuff
Pick 3: Otto Porter Jr. – SF- Georgetown
- In a draft that defied its predictions, the Washington Wizards must sure be happy that the one pick that was actually expected to happen, happened at pick three. It was almost too obvious that the right pick for Washington to make, the safest...
Wizards vs. Nuggets – Game 2 Vegas Summer League After getting off to a horrific start in the first two games of the Vegas Summer League where the Wizards combined for 121 points in those two affairs Washington got back on track and looked like a real basketball team in their defeat of the Denver [...]The post Vesely comes alive, Wizards erase stench of first two games appeared...
John Wall was present at in Sin City on Saturday, as the Washington Wizards faced off against the Golden State Warriors at summer league. Wall was working on various drills with running mate, Bradley Beal, Ryan Saunders and developmental coach Joe Connelly. Wall will be heading into his 4th NBA season (already) and he knows the time is now.
Wall gave a quick interview after the Wizards...
The Washington Wizards defeated the Denver Nuggets by a final score of 97-69 in Summer League play on Tuesday.
Jan Vesely scored 18 points on 9-for-11, three rebounds and three assists.
Evan Fournier had 12 points, four rebounds and seven turnovers.
The Washington Wizards will hire Frank Ross as their director of player personnel, according to league sources.
Ross spent the past six seasons with the Oklahoma City Thunder as director of East Coast scouting.
Before joining the Thunder, Ross spent four seasons as a scout for the Charlotte Bobcats.