Found June 29, 2012 on
John Wall is encouraged with the recent acquisitions made by the Wizards in adding Nene and Bradley Beal to the roster.
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Personally I don’t think the Wizards have too much to look forward to next year. Sure John Wall is really good but is him having another year of experience going to make that much of a difference? Hardly. So I suppose if there is something bright about next year’s Wizards team, it’s that there will be some new blood in the cheerleading staff.
Tryouts have been ongoing...
The Wizards/Bullets have been bad for a very long time but the past few years have been especially tough on their fans. They have had the pleasure of watching the most immature collection of basketball players the NBA had ever seen but what really bothered the fans was the lack of effort and accountability.
Let me be the one to tell you that those days look to be over.
QUICK QUOTABLES:ON BEING DRAFTED:"It's a blessing and an honor to be drafted and to be drafted by the Wizards is terrific."
ON THE VETERAN LEADERSHIP OF NENE, OKAFOR AND ARIZA:"Hopefully I can look up to these guys and they can take me under their wing and push me to be better and help the team out as much as I can."
The Wizards have selected Tomas Satoransky from the Czech Republic with the No. 32 pick in Thursday's NBA draft.
The 6-foot-7 combo guard spent the past three seasons playing for Cajasol Sevilla in the Spanish ACB. During the 2011-12 campaign, Satoransky averaged 4.8 points and 1.4 assists in 34 games.
The Wizards drafted fellow Czech Jan Vesely with the No. 6 overall pick...
The Washington Wizards used the third pick in the NBA draft to select Bradley Beal, the 6-foot-4 shooting guard out of Florida. Beal should make a nice backcourt paring with point guard John Wall, who will be entering his third season in a Wizards uniform. The Wizards worked out Beal on June 14 and seemed impressed with his skill and maturity. Beal, who celebrated his 19th birthday...
The Washington Wizards used the No. 3 pick in the first round of the NBA draft on Thursday to take Florida freshman shooting guard Bradley Beal, allowing the Wizards to pair him in the backcourt with point guard John Wall, the No. 1 overall pick two years ago. Beal was the subject of a lot of trade talk during the day, as Beal steadily moved up the charts as scouts took a closer...