Found October 05, 2013 on
Pro Sports Daily:
Nothing has changed on the injury front for the Wizards as rookie Otto Porter and Trevor Booker didn't participate in full-contact drills again Friday.
While coach Randy Wittman is optimistic that Booker (sore right knee) will be on the floor possibly by Saturday he's lost for words when asked about a timetable for Porter (right hip flexor).
Both players worked out individually while the Wizards scrimmaged at Verizon Center but Booker even took part in some drills.
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Otto Porter Jr. has spent his first week of NBA training camp with the Washington Wizards fulfilling many of his rookie duties such as collecting Gatorades for veterans and carrying bags upon request. When the team stayed at the George Mason Inn Porter played highly competitive games of the soccer video game FIFA ’14 with veteran Nene. And he has shown up to the gym hours after...
Trevor Booker is getting closer to returning to practice with the Washington Wizards.
“Trevor did some today, some non-contact stuff. Running up and down, shooting,” Randy Wittman said. “That was a step he hadn’t taken. I anticipate maybe Book being here [Saturday] or the next day. Otto? I don’t know, tell me when he can play.”
John Wall has been showing an improved jumper in training camp following his offseason max extension.
“He was that way at the end of last year, that stretch of play that he had,” Randy Wittman said of Wall. “It’s confidence. Like I said, it doenst matter if I’m talking about Jan Vesely or John Wall or Nene or anybody else. You’ve got to play with confidence to be good...