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The Washington Wizards will seek out Eric Maynor, Beno Udrih and John Lucas III as backup point guard options in free agency, according to sources.
A.J. Price and Garrett Temple are both unrestricted free agents.
Temple is the most likely of the two to return.
The Wizards have already stated their goal is to make the playoffs next season.
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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 [...]
The Washington Wizards will seek a backup point guard for John Wall in free agency and reportedly have interest in Eric Maynor who averaged 4.5 ppg and 2.8 apg with the Thunder/Blazers, Beno Udrih, 8.2 ppg and 4.6 apg with Bucks/Magic and John Lucas III, 5.3 ppg and 1.7 apg with the Raptors.
According to the Washington Post:
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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...
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.