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Topic - Roger Mason Jr.
LeBron James plans to lead a group of players to boycott next season unless Donald Sterling is removed as owner of the Clippers.
NBA players strongly considered boycotting playoff games if Commissioner Adam Silver hadn't ruled harshly against Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling.
The Miami Heat have traded Roger Mason Jr. to the Sacramento Kings for a protected 2015 second-round draft pick and cash.
Maurice Evans has had a great view of the Wizards games so far, but he would prefer the view from on the court than the one at the end of the bench. Evans had played in just three games for the Wizards this season, totaling barely 15 minutes, then played 15 minutes and 22 seconds in Monday's overtime win against the Toronto Raptors.
Andray Blatche understands that for most Wizards fans, he's become the poster child for all that ails Washington in its 2-14 start.
The Wizards put in a little off-court bonding time Thursday in Philadelphia, before the first game of a back-to-back with the Philadelphia 76ers. The players had a team dinner together at a Japanese restaurant and spent some time getting to know each other a little better.
Wizards guard Roger Mason Jr. is ready to move past the bizarre set of circumstances that caused his name to be left off the roster for Washington's game against the Milwaukee Bucks last Friday, but it was a night he always will remember.
There was a moment in the first quarter Friday night when the Washington Wizards actually looked like they might make a game of it on the road against the Milwaukee Bucks, until the bizarre and unexplainable happened.
Roger Mason Jr. was the consummate professional in the Wizards locker room after the team's 102-81 loss to Milwaukee on Friday. In truth, Mason was angry and understandably so after a series of mistakes left his name omitted from the team's roster and ineligible to play in the game.
The mandate for rebuilding the Wizards, as outlined by owner Ted Leonsis and president Ernie Grunfeld, is to play the young players and let them develop.
"I think they saw they were getting good looks off the pick and roll and kept with it, and we didn't have an answer for that," said Roger Mason Jr., who had 16 points and six assists while starting in place of Daniels. "Offensively we were a little stagnant, and they made shots. That lead just jumped out in the second quarter."
"It's nice to get back, but getting back means we've got to get some wins," Mason said. "These last two losses hurt, but we've made these next few games that much more important."