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Beyond The Buzzer:
Martell Webster will re-sign with the Washington Wizards for the mid-level exception, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports. The deal is reportedly for 4-years and worth $22 million.
Webster, an 8-year veteran, was the Wizards No. 1 free agent priority after averaging career highs in points (11.4), 3-point shooting (42.2%), rebounds (3.9) and assists (1.9) last season with the team.
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Martell Webster has agreed to a four-year deal to stay with the Washington Wizards.
Webster reached terms with the team Tuesday. The contract can't be signed until July 10 under NBA free agency rules.
Bringing back Webster was a top priority for the Wizards. The eight-year veteran swingman averaged a career-high 11.4 points last season and was a respected locker room leader...
Washington Wizards: Martell Webster Signing Grade
By Brandon Hartman: Hoopstuff Senior Writer
Webster’s contract: Four years, 22 million
- Its official, Martell Webster has been resurrected in Washington. The former sixth overall pick, straight out of high school in 2005, has found a home with the Wizards after being a disappointment in his previous two stops in the NBA, Minnesota...
The Washington Wizards have agreed to a four-year deal with Martell Webester worth $22 million.
Webster averaged 11.4 points per game (42.2 percent on threes) last season for the Wizards.
Webster was waived last offseason by the Minnesota Timberwolves.
As the Washington Wizards enter the NBA Summer League with a good amount of young and potential studs in their line up, they’re also looking to keep their core from last season in tact. This is a much different basketball team when they have all their players healthy and on the court at once as [...]
Garrett Temple says he's returning to the Washington Wizards.
The versatile guard said Wednesday that he's agreed to a one-year contract for next season.
Temple was signed on Christmas Day from the Reno Bighorns of the NBA Developmental League and became a regular part of the Wizards rotation, playing both guard positions. He appeared in 51 games, starting 36, and averaged...
An Optimistic Look at the Wizards and the Eastern Conference
While many teams in the NBA have used the draft and free agency to add to their core and get better, there are several teams that appear to be doing the exact opposite. Particularly in the Eastern Conference, there are a handful of teams that are either outright rebuilding or potentially trying to tank for the vaunted...
After adding Otto Porter to the roster in last week’s NBA draft, the Washington Wizards took another step back towards respectability. With a young core of John Wall, Bradley Beal and Porter Washington clearly has a solid young trio to build around. While the team finds itself unable to make a run at any of the big free agents this summer the restricted free agent class of 2014...
A solid backup point guard is very important to the success of an NBA team. Every team needs a reliable backup point guard to facilitate the offense in short spans of the game when momentum can shift at any moment. They need to be effective at keeping a game close, or conserving a lead. By [...]
Robert Lipsyte began his highly anticipated tenure at ESPN with a column on the network's coverage of the Jason Collins story - specifically the episode of OTL that featured Chris Broussard saying homosexuals live in open rebellion to God.
You can't say the column is timely given these events happened in late April, but Lipsyte does deliver the micro and macro analysis...
The Wizards gave Martell Webster four years, $22 million, and Bullets Forever gives the Wiz a C+. Hey, Martell seems happy at least. BTW, does anyone remember when his hair looked like this? What a difference a year makes.
It’s time to pick up the phone EG! Now that the Washington Wizards have made their splash in free agency with the signing of Eric Maynor and the re-signing of Martell Webster and Garrett Temple, Ernie Grunfeld and company should focus their attention to the trade market. The roster is set at the 1-3 positions, but John Wall never got that “stretch 4″ that he coveted. While...
A person with knowledge of the deal says Eric Maynor has agreed to a contract with the Washington Wizards.
Maynor will serve as the backup point guard behind John Wall. Maynor's deal was confirmed a person speaking on condition of anonymity because NBA free agent deals can't be signed or announced until July 10.
Maynor also confirmed the news on his Twitter account, saying...
Washington Wizards point guard John Wall joins Dwight Howard for a conversation in Chinese. You can imagine what follows.
According to Michael Lee of the Washington Post, point guard Eric Maynor, will sign a multi-year deal with the Washington Wizards.
Maynor did not see much playing time in OKC and was traded mid-season last year to the Portland Trail Blazers where he averaged 6.9 points and 4 assists in 27 games.
Wiz ink VCU guy Eric Maynor to be John Wall’s new backup. [Wiz Insider]
The verdict: “I guess [Maynor] is better than A.J. Price.” [Bullets Forever]
Next signing for the Wiz: returning shooter Martell Webster? [Wiz Insider]
It’s so gross how much the Wiz still pay Andray Blatche. [Bullets Forever]
Nats put up 10, beat Milwaukee in Bryce’s first game back. [Nats Insider...