Wizards’ Glen Rice Jr. reflects on second D-League stint

For the past month, Glen Rice Jr. played a leading role in helping the Iowa Energy clinch the Central Division title and earn homecourt advantage in the first round of the NBA Developmental League playoffs. With Rice being called back up to the Washington Wizards roster last Saturday, the rookie swingman will likely again be relegated to the bench, stuck behind the likes of Trevor...
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

Glen Rice Jr. Enjoyed Building Endurance In D-League

Glen Rice Jr. played 16 games with the Iowa Energy of the D-League and he's excited to be back with the Washington Wizards. Rice enjoyed the ability to get back on the court and build his endurance. “That was definitely the fun part of it, to get out there and play the game that I love,” Rice said. “Basically I got out there and got conditioning because we don’t really...
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

Glen Rice Jr. Recalled To Wizards

The Washington Wizards recalled Glen Rice from the Iowa Energy of the NBA Development League. Rice has appeared in 11 games, including one start, for Washington this season while averaging 2.9 points in 10 minutes per game.
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16 days ago  |  Discuss

Wizards Reassign Glen Rice Jr. To D-League

The Washington Wizards have reassigned Glen Rice Jr. to the Iowa Energy of the NBA Development League. This marks Rice's second assignment to Iowa this season. Rice has appeared in 11 games, including one start, for Washington this season while averaging 2.9 points in 10 minutes per game.
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February 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Knicks and Wizards could swap Beno Udrih and Glen Rice Jr.

Knicks and Wizards could swap Beno Udrih and Glen Rice Jr. The New York Knicks are constantly searching to shake things up, especially at their point guard spot. New York is involved in a bunch of trade rumors, lots of which evolve around Raymond Felton other team’s point guards, which could end up being starters in New York. One of the latest rumors that made the headlines...
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February 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Wizards’ Glen Rice Jr. fractures wrist in celebration, out 3-6 weeks after surgery

The basketball gods can be cruel. The Washington Wizards were celebrating a dramatic win over the New York Knicks the other night — we focused on the Knicks’ failings but credit to the Wizards for making the right plans and knocking down the big shots. For a team with playoff dreams it was a win worth celebrating. But in the celebration Glen Rice Jr. injured his wrist — actually...
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December 18, 2013  |  Discuss

Washington Wizards: Will Glen Rice Jr. Be The Best Wizards’ Top Rookie?

Washington Wizards: Will Glen Rice Jr. Be The Best Wizards’ Top Rookie? By Brandon Hartman: Vice President of Content at Hoopstuff… With time dwindling down from the game clock during the Wizards first preseason game against the Brooklyn Nets on October 8th, Washington needed a basket to send the game to overtime. Eric Maynor threw up a shot with two seconds left, a shot that...
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October 22, 2013  |  Discuss

Video: Glen Rice Jr. ties preseason game with tip-in dunk

Preseason is usually bereft of many highlights. It is a black hole. There is basketball so we get sucked in and watch and then regret doing so because the basketball is typically not very good. Even when games are close, they can be less than entertaining. The basketball is ugly and the play is choppy. No-names get a lot of minutes. Sometimes though you get something special...
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October 10, 2013  |  Discuss

Glen Rice Jr. drains two half-court shots at Panini Rookie Shoot

As we continue our look at the highlights from the Panini Rookie Photo Shoot, Washington Wizards Glen Rice Jr. decided to show off his shooting stroke during the event. Watch as he drains two-half-court shots with ease in this short clip:
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August 08, 2013  |  Discuss

What Happens In Vegas: The Wizards’ Summer League Recap

The Wizards summer league plan didn’t come to fruition this year.  Before summer league even started, they learned they would be without last year’s rookie sensation Bradley Beal because of injuries to his ankles and a stress fracture in his right fibula during the second half of his rookie season.  It’s concerning because Beal is just now getting over leg injuries that cost...
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July 22, 2013  |  Discuss

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