Carla Peay keeps you up to date on the Washington Wizards and the NBA.
As the NBA begins free agency and training camp, the Wizards target Nick Young, Maurice Evans and look to bring back Roger Mason Jr.
Ernie Grunfeld wants to see development from the team's young players, will probably not amnesty anyone this year, and a few other nuggets from the Wizards general manager.
The Wizards will hold a lockout-shortened, understated training camp this year at Verizon Center.
Former Wizards center Brendan Haywood, who won a championship with the Dallas Mavericks last season, is looking for that little (or maybe not so little) piece of jewelry he can slip on his finger.
Take a look at the Wizards schedule. Wipe out the first 25-games, then squeeze it a bit. That's what we'll have between December 26 through April 26. The season will be shorter than the lockout was.
The NBA players and owners have reached a tentative agreement, fulfilling the Christmas wishes of everyone involved.
Missing NBA action? So is the First Fan, President Barack Obama, who has a solution for all the lockout-weary hoop junkies - a charity exhibition game full of NBA stars, past and present. The first ever Obama Classic will be held next month, and not only is it the hottest pro basketball ticket in town, it's the only ticket in town.
Wizards center JaVale McGee makes some alternate basketball plans.
Wizards swingman Mo Evans, VP of the players union, has been front and center of the labor negotiations as the NBA owners and players try to reach a new collective bargaining agreement. Evans dispels a few common misconceptions about where the players stand, including some from teammate JaVale McGee.
NBA players should be in camp getting ready for the pre-season, but negotiations are still underway to end the lockout. So, players are keeping in shape by playing in the Impact Basketball training and performance series, with two weeks of games in Las Vegas.
League officials call September 15 the drop dead date for negotiating a new deal before next season is affected by the NBA lockout.
In retaliation for a robbery in which some jewelry was stolen from him, former Wizard Javaris Crittenton shot into a crowd of people, and mistakenly killed a 22-year old mother of four.
Mo Evans, VP of the NBA players union, recently spoke with Sam Amick of Sports Illustrated, and sounded none too pleased with commissioner David Stern and the progress, or lack thereof, of the talks to end the lockout.
Durant scores 44, Wall scored 28 as Goodman edges Drew in the first ever summer league showdown, but a problem with counterfeit tickets, too small a venue, and accusations of overselling mar an otherwise outstanding event.
The NBA pre-season schedules are out as talks to end the lockout continue.
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