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Latest Martell Webster Items
After John Wall failed to get his teammates involved and the Wizards eventually lost to the Celtics, coach Randy Wittman had a sitdown with him Thursday morning.
The Wizards haven't ruled out eventually sending Otto Porter to the Iowa Energy of the D-League, but high draft picks rarely get sent down.
Donning Seattle Seahawks colors, Martell Webster joked about Richard Sherman's viral postgame interview following the NFC Championship Game.
Despite John Wall's effort and game-high 34 points, the Wizards failed to get over the .500 hump in their third try this season in a loss to Detroit.
Martell Webster, Trevor Booker and Garrett Temple have been a formidable group coming off the bench in this three-game winning streak for the Wizards.
John Wall had 23 points and 11 assists, and the Washington Wizards reached .500 for the third time this season with a 96-93 win over the Chicago Bulls on Friday night.
It has been almost a month since rookie Otto Porter has had a significant impact in a game, and as long as coach Randy Wittman keeps his tight rotation that drought will continue.
The Wizards shot better than 50 percent from the third game in a row and got back to .500 in a game that ended when Nene blocked the Bulls' final shot attempt to tie score.
The only bigger stunner than the Wizards blowout win over the Miami Heat was the return of Greg Oden to the court.