Carla Peay keeps you up to date on the Washington Wizards and the NBA.
With John Wall out, Wizards sign guard Janero Pargo
The Washington Wizards will begin this season with a real training camp, which is set to begin on Oct. 2 at George Mason University
Wizards add depth at small forward and two guard with 6-7 swingman Martell Webster
The Washington Wizards have released their eight-game preseason schedule, which includes just one home game at Verizon Center.
Former Wizards guard Roger Mason Jr. is taking his talents to the Big Easy, signing a one-year deal with the New Orleans Hornets.
The revamped Wizards announce their schedule for the upcoming 2012-2012 regular season
The Wizards will have a major scrimmage on Wednesday night, part two of the dreaded two-a-days. The five-on-five competition will give coach Randy Wittman some insight before finalizing his Las Vegas summer-league squad.
Bradley Beal admits the two-a-days can be a grind, but knows that this is what it takes at the NBA level.
Last year's rookies didn't have the benefit of minicamp to help them adjust to life in the NBA. Chris Singleton is looking to make up some of that lost ground.
The Wizards opened minicamp on Monday at Verizon Center. Bradley Beal, along with second-round pick Tomas Satoransky got their first taste of an NBA practice.
Wizards will open minicamp next week, prior to the summer league season in Las Vegas
Olympic track and field athletes have often said they like training in conditions similar to what they'll face at the Olympics. Chilly and rainy Eugene, Oregon is feeling a little bit like London this week.
Day Three of the Olympics Trials featured the return of Tyson Gay and Justin Gatlin in the 100m, a stellar performance by LaShawn Merritt in the 400m, and the dead heat for third in the women's 100m has no simple solution.
Headlining the end of the Wizards first week of workouts was Michael Kidd-Gilchrist and Austin Rivers.
D.C. native Thomas Robinson worked out for the Wizards on Wednesday, Bradley Beal and Hollis Thompson on Thursday
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