The start of the season will be in jeopardy for Dudley, who was acquired via trade with the Bucks on July 9 in exchange for a second-round pick.
Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James says his recent NBA Finals loss is so haunting to him that he has nightmares about its conclusion.
Silver said Tuesday the league is leaning toward eliminating any protection for division winners in playoff seeding and instead placing the eight teams in the Eastern and Western Conference brackets based solely by record.
Anderson has played for three teams during his NBA tenure, and his signing is among the number of offseason moves the team has made over the past two weeks in order to become more versatile.
Adding Dudley via a trade with the Bucks and multiple other wing options off the bench has bolstered the Wizards’ depth.
Forward Drew Gooden is expected to return for a third season with the Washington Wizards.
The Mystics lost on Thursday for the third time in the last four games, and the lack of scoring and generally unsatisfactory play off the bench has been a large reason for the slump.
James, who returned to the Cavaliers last season after four with the Heat, agreed to terms of a one-year, $23 million contract that includes a player option for the following year.
The Wizards addressed some of their biggest needs over the past week, adding size and shooters who will fill a valuable role shoring up their second unit.
Wall said after the season that he would return to Cleveland to again see a hand specialist he visited when first injuring his hand. He was unsure then what would be required during the offseason for his hand to heal.
By passing up a $12.6 million contract with the Pacers, his former team, to chase a championship on a $1.6 million contract with the Spurs, West has shown that his focus is only on one thing.
Anderson, who spent the last two seasons with the Nets, averaged 7.4 points and 2.8 rebounds last season and will be the third player to join the Wizards since the free-agent signing period began last week.