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Re-signing small forward Martell Webster – who is set to become an unrestricted free agent this summer – will be one of the Washington Wizards’ priorities, according to Michael Lee of The Washington Post.Webster registered his best season as a pro at just the right time. The 26-year-old averaged 11.4 points per game while shooting 44.2 percent from the field and 42.2 percent from three-point range. All of these figures are career highs, and he figures to receive a nice contract as a result of his performance.Considering their existing contracts, there figures to be little difference between the Wizards’ roster you see this season and the one you’ll see next season. This could change if they are able to trade Emeka Okafor, Nene or Trevor Ariza. They are also expected to re-sign former top pick John Wall to a lucrative long-term contract.Follow @hoopsinjurynews
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Our sports heroes never stay great forever. In the constant heavyweight bout between The Athlete and Father Time, Father Time has maintained a flawless record, unblemished in any way. No matter who the said competitor is or their previous triumphs, the game must end. The minutes reduce as the numbers that wowed fans across the league shrink to a fraction of their most impressive...
What’s next fellas? The Washington Wizards wrapped up their 2012-2013 season last night with a defeat at the hands of the playoff bound Bulls. This marked the 6th straight loss for the Wiz Kids, but with the injury bug in what seems to be prime time mating season, these losses should be taken with a grain of salt. Yes some of those losses were assisted by the Wizards lack of execution...
John Wall, who will likely get a max contract this summer, is not interested in recruiting free agents to come play with him on the Washington Wizards.
According to Truth About It / ESPN:
“I’m not a recruiter … I feel like if they want to play with me and stuff like that, they’ll come out. I’m not going to go beg anybody. I feel like if they see how I play and how my team...
Last night, the Washington Wizards closed the door on yet another disappointing season. The team fell short of 30 wins, and of course missed the playoffs. It’s a morose feeling that Wizards fans have come to expect since our ephemeral run of success was dismantled and the indefinite rebuilding began.
If you’re like me, you just swallow it. You turn your back on the...
Ask most anyone, and they'll say a main turning point in the Washington Wizards season came when John Wall recovered from his knee injury and helped rescue a 4-28 season.
Martell Webster has another nomination: the day the coach cried in the locker room after another tough loss during the team's 0-12 start.
''He was crying after that game. And he told us that he...