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It appears that Marcin Gortat is the only member of Friday's blockbuster trade that will stay with the club.
It's becoming more and more clear that the Wizards only made a deal with the Suns to get Marcin Gortat. The other three members of the trade that were thrown in for salary purposes -- Shannon Brown, Kendall Marshall and Malcolm Lee -- will be waived.
This is happening because the Wizards are three players over the roster limit of 15. They have to let go of players to get back under the limit, even though they all have guaranteed contracts.
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Piece by piece, the Washington Wizards are looking to continue in their rebuild efforts and make a serious push for a playoff birth in the 2013-13 NBA season. Friday, they moved one step closer in the right direction by completing a multiplayer trade with the Phoenix Suns to acquire center Marcin Gortat, Shannon Brown, Malcolm […]The post Wizards Trade for Marcin Gortat; Continue...
Shannon Brown was traded to the Washington Wizards on Friday, however, he is expected to be waived by Washington and will likely become a free agent.
Reports on Saturday claimed that the Lakers were in the mix to sign Brown once he clears waivers, however, the team currently has a roster of 15 which means a player would have to be cut by the purple and gold in order to sign Shannon...
The Phoenix Suns will reportedly trade center Marcin Gortat, point guard Kendall Marshall and shooting guard Shannon Brown to the Washington Wizards for Emeka Okafor.
According to Marc Stein of ESPN:
Hearing: Suns are trading Marcin Gortat to the Wizards. Okafor on his way to Phoenix. More details to come
— Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) October 25, 2013
Proposed deal will send Gortat...
This trade between the Suns and Wizards comes as a bit of a shock with no inkling or rumor that any deal was purported with these two teams. Yet here the completed trade is shaking things up, well, for the Eastern Conference anyway. Via Yahoo!’s Adrian Wojnarowski: Suns sending Gortat, lee, Brown and Marshall to Wiz for Okakor and 2014 1st round pick, source tells Y! — Adrian...
According to multiple reports, the Phoenix Suns and Washington Wizards agreed to a trade Friday that includes a swap of big men Marcin Gortat and Emeka Okafor.
Gortat would be joined by guards Shannon Brown, Malcolm Lee and Kendall Marshall in a package to Washington that would deliver a protected first-round draft pick to Phoenix.
The Suns might be required to absorb two additional...
Marcin Gortat photo courtesy Monumental Network With the news that Emeka Okafor’s herniated disk may sideline him for as long as three months, it confirms the dire need the Wizards had to make a deal for another post player. While not the defensive presence of Okafor, Marcin Gortat provides an inside scoring threat that the […]
Phoenix Suns: Okafor/Gortat Trade Grade
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Suns Receive: Emeka Okafor and 2014 First Round Pick (Top 12 Protected)
Suns Trade: Marcin Gortat, Shannon Brown, Kendall Marshall and Malcolm Lee
Analysis: For the Phoenix Suns this trade was about 1 thing, continuing to add pieces for their rebuild. They traded Gortat, Brown, Marshall and...
Adding a front-court piece in hopes of finally returning to the playoffs, the Washington Wizards acquired center Marcin Gortat from the Phoenix Suns in a multiplayer trade Friday.
Phoenix got injured center Emeka Okafor and a top-12-protected first-round draft pick in 2014 - giving the rebuilding Suns potentially four choices in the opening round.
The Suns also sent guards Kendall...
Friday evening the Washington Wizards made a move that on paper should increase their chances of making the Eastern Conference playoffs. The Wizards have sent center Emeka Okafor and a 2014 first round draft pick to the Phoenix Suns in exchange for Marcin Gortat, Shannon Brown and Malcom Lee and Kendall Marshall. The trade was first...
WASHINHTON D.C- The Wizards and Suns are both dealing big men and the Suns acquire potentially their 4th first round pick for the 2014 draft. The pick they receive from the Wizards is protected within the top 12 and they receive an expensive expiring contract in Emeka Okafor. The Suns give up Marcin Gortat who […]
The teams will swap centers and other assets in a trade that lands Phoenix a protected first-round pick in next year's draft.
The Phoenix Suns and Washington Wizards have completed a trade that will send Marcin Gortat, Shannon Brown, Kendall Marshall and Malcolm Lee to Washington in exchange for Emeka Okafor and a top-12 protected 2014 first-round pick, reports ESPN's Jeff...
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The Washington Wizards will acquire Marcin Gortat in a deal with the Phoenix Suns for Emeka Okafor.
The proposed deal will include Shannon Brown and Kendall Marshall to the Wizards, while the Suns will also acquire and a top-12 protected 2014 first round pick along with Okafor.
Okafor is currently out indefinitely with a neck injury.
After trading Marcin Gortat to Washington for an injured, expiring Emeka Okafor, it's clear that the Phoenix Suns new starting center is Miles Plumlee. Yes, that Miles Plumlee who never played more than 21 minutes per game in college and logged a total of 55 minutes in his rookie season a year ago.
The inclusion of Indiana's lottery-protected first round draft pick was the...
Photo Credit: Keith Allison
The Phoenix Suns trade:Marcin Gortat, Shannon Brown, Malcolm Lee, and Kendall Marshall.
The Washington Wizards trade: Emeka Okafor and a 2014 first-round pick (top-12 protected).
What it means for the Suns: The Suns are moving in the right direction. They can potentially have four first round picks next season, in what is considered a deep draft. ...