Anthony Bennett is scheduled to interview with the Washington Wizards next week.
If drafted by the Wizards, Bennett would join Nene, Jan Vesely, Trevor Booker and Chris Singleton in a crowded frontcourt.
Bennett can't work out with NBA teams because of surgery to his non-shooting shoulder.
(AP Photo/Jim Prisching) This has certainly not been the season that all of us fans, the organization, and especially Trevor Booker thought he would have. Wednesday night vs the Bucks, Booker showed what he can do and came up big for the Washington Wizards in a big win. The Wizards had blown a 20-point lead they had built in the first half and trailed by three entering the fourth...
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In last nights wizards game vs the clippers Trevor Booker took an elbow to the face that he was quite unhappy with.
“He should’ve got kicked out of the game for it,” Booker said of Griffin. “Hopefully they go review it after the game and I’m looking for a suspension at least. I mean, he elbowed me to my face.”
The Wizards will have another sort of reunion [Friday] when Andray Blatche returns to the place that he called home for the first seven seasons of his career before he was waived using the amnesty provision last July.
Since joining Brooklyn, Blatche certainly hasn’t endeared himself to fans in Washington as he has poked fun at his former team for its lousy start on Twitter and...
Trevor Booker scored 18 of his 22 points in the first half to lead the Washington Wizards to a 102-94 exhibition victory over the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday night.
He made 10 of 17 shots from the floor and added seven rebounds. A.J. Price added 17 points and 11 assists while Martell Webster also chipped in 17 points.
Monta Ellis scored 19 points to lead Milwaukee. Brandon Jennings...
DALLAS - The four-year run of Trevor Booker for the Clemson Tigers was a successful one, but it's been his play as of late for the Washington Wizards that's turning heads nationally.
Forward Trevor Booker had an ice pack on his left arm in the Washington Wizards locker room following a 111-108 overtime win against Toronto on Monday night. It was a not-so-subtle reminder of his rugged style around the basket and the toll it can take through the course of a game, especially one in which he played a career-high 43 minutes.
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Just getting onto the basketball court has been a struggle for Wizards’ forward Trevor Booker this year. Just as the 6-foot-8 player was earning significant playing time last season, his first in the league, a broken foot ended his season prematurely.
And when he became the first Wizard to sign to seek employment abroad during the lockout, he bruised his right quadricep in a scrimmage...
Trevor Booker’s stint in Israel came to abrupt end before he was even able to play a regular season game for Bnei HaSahron because of bruised right quadriceps. Booker returned to the United States to rehabilitate the injury with trainer Tim Martin in Houston.
Booker said three weeks ago that he selfishly wanted the lockout to last a little longer so that he would be prepared for...
Trevor Booker is in Dallas rehabilitating a bruised right quadriceps that forced to him to leave his Israeli team, Bnei HaSharon. Booker isn’t sure when he’ll be able to return, so while he is anxious for the NBA lockout to end, he also understands that he might not be ready for training camp with the Wizards if a new agreement is reached soon.
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