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Bradley Beal stood at the top of the key and drained jumper after jumper. It was the second day of the Wizards' minicamp, and practice session No. 3 was coming to a close.
As the afternoon workout drew to a close, Thomas Robinson listened and nodded as Washington Wizards coach Randy Wittman told him to get out on the wing and run. Robinson raced up the court, ran around a couple of orange cones, stopped just inside the 3-point line and put up a shot.
Previewing the Wizards' roster for the 2011-12 campaign.
Charles Oakley, one of the NBA's all-time tough guys, doesn't want to talk about his excruciating back pain.
John Wall wore an NBA jersey for the first time in competition on Thursday night and didn't disappoint.