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Latest Jordan Crawford Items
As players continue to trickle into Verizon Center before the start of Friday's training camp, Rashard Lewis and Jordan Crawford took to the Washington Wizards' new practice court for the first time.
Shelvin Mack never doubted there would an NBA season. The unfailingly positive Wizards rookie guard posted "think positive" on his Twitter account on a regular basis. Mack can't wait to get to work with John Wall and bring home his first paycheck.
Now that the NBA players and owners have a tentative deal in place for a new Collective Bargaining Agreement [CBA], the real work begins. Washington Wizards rookie Chris Singleton was awakened with the news early Saturday morning. It was the best of all Christmas presents.
Andray Blatche was counting on this season to prove a few naysayers wrong
John Wall is certainly racking up frequent-flier miles. Wall joined a few of his Wizards teammates, including JaVale McGee, Jordan Crawford and Rashard Lewis, in an Impact Basketball "lockout league" game on Wednesday in Las Vegas.
Joe Abanussar is used to having a busy summer, surrounded by NBA players. A long-time trainer and founder of Impact Basketball, he trains about 30 NBA players every summer, including Wizards point guard John Wall.
Before the NBA draft began on Thursday, New Jersey Nets general manager Billy King wanted to make sure that his team got better from the perimeter, got better rebounding and got a little tougher.
The Washington Wizards have conducted the last of their workouts before Thursday's NBA draft, where they will look for the right pieces to continue rebuilding around point guard John Wall.
Wearing a charcoal gray pinstripe suit, and not a bright yellow jacket, guard John Wall represented the Washington Wizards on Tuesday night at the NBA draft lottery. The team came away with the sixth pick after entering the evening with the fourth-best odds of landing the No. 1 overall selection.