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With the regular season tipping off on Tuesday in Cleveland, the Wizards 15 man roster is set. Washington cutting guard Shelvin Mack and forward Brian Cook to reach the roster limit. Yesterday the team let guard Steven Gray and forward Shavlik Randoph go.
The Wizards have struggled with injuries throughout the preseason with John Wall, Nene, Emeka Okafor, Trevor Ariza and Kevin Seraphin all missing extensive time. We know Wall is out for an extended period, its not yet known who else will be in street clothes against the Cavaliers.
C- Kevin Seraphin, Emeka Okafor, Earl Barron
PF- Nene, Trevor Booker, Jan Vesely
SF- Trevor Ariza, Martell Webster, Chris Singleton
SG- Bradley Beal, Jordan Crawford, Cartier Martin
PG- A.J. Price, Jannero Pargo
Injured- John Wall
The roster deadline is tomorrow (Monday) afternoon, so the club could still be considering other moves. With the storm shutting down most of official Washingt...
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