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Topic - Martell Webster
The Wizards rarely used Glen Rice Jr. last season. Based on his starry performance in the Las Vegas summer league, it's becoming harder to imagine the "rarely" part remaining.
Trevor Ariza signed with the Rockets, meaning the Wizards might look to sign a free agent small forward or wing option. We take a look at some of the remaining candidates.
Otto Porter and Glen Rice are the experienced players on this year's summer league team for the Wizards, and they're setting the proper tone at mini-camp.
Our latest NBA free-agent profile looks at a former No. 2 overall pick - and possible Trevor Ariza replacement.
The Wizards have extended favorable offers to players such as Martell Webster because of his impact with this team in the locker room.
Ernie Grunfeld touched on the Wizards off-season plans following Thursday's draft. We didn't know at the time Martell Webster would miss the next 3-5 months.
The Wizards said Webster was injured during a routine workout at the team's practice facility last week. Webster signed a four-year contract with the Wizards last summer. He averaged 9.7 points and 2.8 rebounds last season.
Martell Webster has had a history of back issues, and he had surgery for a herniated disk Friday after injuring himself during a workout at Verizon Center.
Martell Webster now has had three surgeries for a herniated disk after injuring himself at Verizon Center and can't resume workouts from 3-5 months, which means he'll likely be out longer.
Re-signing Trevor Ariza may be a priority for the Wizards, but small forward in general shouldn't be - or should it. One website says indeed it is.
Martell Webster was injured early and often for the Wizards, but he has to find a way to play better regardless of what happens with Trevor Ariza in free agency.
After a season of coming off the bench, Trevor Ariza spoke up about his NBA role before the next campaign began. His subsequent play for the playoff-bound Wizards spoke even louder.
Some might view Otto Porter's rookie campaign as a lost season. Otto Porter isn't one of them.
The NBA playoffs continue on without the Washington Wizards. Not all the Wizards can currently stomach watching the East finals between the Indiana Pacers and Miami Heat.
The Wizards have two big decisions to make this offseason in Marcin Gortat and Trevor Ariza, but they're not connected. Certainly Ariza shouldn't be. Others on the roster of a greater impact.
"It's big," Webster said. "We've been able to keep track of the entire series. The scouting has started."
"I, honestly, see John is a little bit more poised and kind of taking a weight off his shoulders," Webster said. "Bringing Dre in has made it a little bit easier. He gets everybody involved and doesn't really care about individual stats. John has always been that way, but now I think he realizes it's not always important to score all the points. You've got to rely upon your teammates just as much as you rely upon yourself."