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  • Agent: Wizards will pick up Andre Miller's option

    Instead of buying out Andre Miller for $2 million, the Wizards will keep him as John Wall's backup for $4.6 million, his agent confirmed to CSN.

  • Wizards notify Andre Miller that option will be picked up

    Instead of buying out Andre Miller for $2 million, the Wizards will keep him as John Wall's backup for $4.6 million, his agent confirmed to CSN.

  • Satoransky staying overseas, possibly for a while

    Tomas Satoransky, the Wizards' second round pick in 2012, has elected to remain overseas. The question is when will the lengthy point guard ever come to the NBA.

  • NBA free-agent watch: D.J. Augustin

    D.J. Augustin has played for three teams in the past year, but the point guard who gave the Wizards nightmares in the playoffs showed he can be effective if used correctly.

  • Wake-up call: Wizards lean toward Andre Miller

    Andre Miller is able to thrive in his role as John Wall's backup because he can handle the occasional scant playing time, something that Eric Maynor found difficult.

  • Wake-up call: Wiz lean towards retaining Andre Miller

    Andre Miller is able to thrive in his role as John Wall's backup because he can handle the occasional scant playing time, something that Eric Maynor found difficult.

  • Temple 'would love to be back in a Wizards uniform'

    Garrett Temple is the ultimate team player, but everyone wants to play. The defensive guard didn't nearly as much as he did the previous season. The upcoming free agent talks about his NBA future.

  • Wake-up call: Andre Miller eager to return

    Andre Miller is hopeful the Wizards opt to bring him back for 2014-15, and given his impact on the court and in the locker room and his relationship with coach Randy Wittman that'll happen.

  • Wall: Glad my goofball perception has changed

    The still very young John Wall started his NBA career when he was much, much younger. He admits that his wanting to have fun may have led to false impressions of his basketball desires. The point guard's style and passion have helped changed minds.

  • Washington Wizards guard John Wall (2) directs his teammates in the first half of an NBA basketball game against the Denver Nuggets Monday, Dec. 9, 2013 in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

    John Wall's maturation changes perception, even among Wizards

    "From the outside looking in, I thought John liked the lifestyle more than the game," said 16-year NBA veteran Al Harrington, who signed with the team last August. "That's just from me looking outside."

  • Perception is reality? Wall no longer considered a 'goofball'

    Marcin Gortat, Andre Miller and Al Harrington all joined the Wizards this season. All had various preconceived and non-flattering notions of John Wall. One season later, they've learned a new reality.

  • Washington Wizards forward Al Harrington (7) looks down court during the first half of Game 4 of an Eastern Conference semifinal NBA basketball playoff game against the Indiana Pacers in Washington, Sunday, May 11, 2014. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

    Wizards' old guys have proven their worth in playoffs

    As Drew Gooden made his presence known in the paint, Al Harrington made shot after shot and fans chanted Andre Miller's name before stepping to the line for a pair of free throws, one thing was clear Sunday in the Washington Wizards' Game 4 second-round loss to the Indiana Pacers: The old guys still have it.

  • FILE - In this April 11, 2014, file photo, Washington Wizards guard Andre Miller dribbles the ball during an NBA basketball game against the Orlando Magic in Orlando, Fla. No one in the history of the NBA played as many regular-season games or as many postseason games as Miller did before finally being part of a team that won a playoff series. And now that Miller is in the second round with the Wizards, he wants more. (AP Photo/Reinhold Matay, File)

    'Old man' Andre Miller seizes opportunity with Wizards

    When the Wizards take the floor Monday night against the Indiana Pacers, the start of a best-of-seven Eastern Conference semifinal series, no one will be happier than Miller, who prior to a Feb. 20 trade to Washington endured a miserable season with the Denver Nuggets that had him pondering the end.

  • This photo taken April 27, 2014 shows Washington Wizards guard Andre Miller (24) driving past Chicago Bulls guard D.J. Augustin (14) during the second half of Game 4 of an opening-round NBA basketball playoff series in Washington. When the Washington Wizards split up by position for meetings before Game 1 against first-round playoff opponent Chicago, starting guards John Wall and Bradley Beal listened while veteran Miller spoke. After all, twentysomethings Wall and Beal were about to be in the NBA postseason for the first time; the 38-year-old Miller was getting set for his 10th playoff series. All three, though, had something in common.  (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

    Wizards' Miller finally into 2nd round of playoffs

    When the Washington Wizards split up by position for meetings before facing first-round playoff opponent Chicago, starting guards John Wall and Bradley Beal listened while veteran Andre Miller spoke.

  • Washington Wizards forward Trevor Ariza (1) dunks in the fourth quarter as the Chicago Bulls play the Washington Wizards in game 4 of the first round of the playoffs at the Verizon Center, Washington, D.C., Sunday, April 27, 2014. The Washington Wizards defeated the Chicago Bulls 98-89. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

    Trevor Ariza continues to deliver in a variety of ways for Wizards

    With four previous postseason runs and 44 playoff games behind him, including a championship with the Los Angeles Lakers in 2009, Trevor Ariza took it upon himself to lead the Wizards to a 3-1 advantage in the best-of-seven series, which would end should Washington defeat the Bulls in Chicago on Tuesday.

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