The Washington Wizards are back to reality, as they missed out on just about every big name sweepstakes during the NBA free agency period. The team moved to Plan C, building depth on the team. One of their biggest pickups may be the most mysterious of them all, as they signed their Euro-stash player Tomas Satoransky to a three-year deal worth a reported $9 million. Satoransky, 24...
WASHINGTON — Four years after the Wizards took Czech guard Tomas Satoransky with the 32nd pick in the 2012 draft, they’ll finally have a chance to see him wear their jersey. Satoransky, who turns 25 at the end of October, averaged 9.6 points, 4.2 assists and 2.9 rebounds per game this season over 62 games with FC Barcelona. In his final game with Barcelona, he scored 17 points...
Trey Burke, Tomas Satoransky, Ian Mahinmi. The Wizards aren't bringing in big-name players, but they are still making a lot of moves. J. Michael analyzes the deals the Wizards made and didn't make so far.
A person familiar with the moves says the Washington Wizards will acquire point guard Trey Burke from the Utah Jazz for a 2021 second-round draft pick and also have agreed to a $9 million, three-year contract with Czech guard Tomas Satoransky. The Wizards will contribute $650,000 toward Satoransky's buyout from the Spanish club he has been with, the maximum amount NBA teams can...
Via Associated Press
The Tomas Satoransky watch ramped up in recent weeks with buzz about the Wizards looking to bring the 2012 second-round pick stateside. Yet while
The Wizards have not settled on terms of a deal with Tomas Satoransky in for the 2016-17 season, though there remains a strong possibility that the Barcelona
Tomas Satoransky remains overseas, but hope isn't lost on the 6-foot-7 guard playing in the NBA sooner than later. CSNmidatlantic.com went looking to see what the Wizards might get.
PORTLAND, Ore. — Part of the Washington Wizards’ roster overhaul this summer — they have 10 players on the final year of their contracts — figured to include Tomas Satoransky. The 6-foot-7 guard from Czech Republic has been playing professionally in Spain since 2009 and stayed there when the Wizards selected him with the 32nd pick […]
Tomas Satoransky is somewhat of a secret weapon for the Washington Wizards. Currently overseas playing for Barcelona, there's a good chance the Czech guard finally suits up in Washington in time for the 2016-17 season.Here's how he did at EuroBasket, per SB Nation's Bullets Forever:Right now, Satoransky is a 6'7" point guard. But on the Wizards he'll probably play more off the ball...
The Washington Wizards selected Tomas Satoransky with the 32nd overall pick in the 2012 draft. The 23-year-old is now a 6'7" guard on FC Barcelona, where he averaged 14 points, five rebounds and six assists per 36 minutes last season. According to CSN Mid-Atlantic's J. Michael, Satoransky may finally join the Wizards next summer:"The Wizards visited Satoransky, a 6-7 combo guard...
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