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Topic - Trevor Booker
The Wizards continued their frontcourt retooling on Wednesday by adding DeJuan Blair, leaving just a couple of roster spaces available.
The Wizards are close to filling up their 15-man roster, but a couple of spots still will be open after Andre Miller, Garrett Temple and possibly Al Harrington are brought back.
The Wizards weren't willing to make a qualifying offer to keep Trevor Booker restricted last month and they weren't willing to pay him $5 million per year like his new team, the Utah Jazz.
Kris Humphries has been on the Wizards' radar all offseason and when Trevor Booker bolted for Utah they had their man who'll likely come over in a sign-and-trade with Boston.
Kris Humphries has been on the Wizards' radar all offseason and they've used the $8.6 million exception acquired in the deal for Trevor Ariza for a sign-and-trade with Boston.
The Wizards entered Tuesday still needing to determine their interior frontcourt rotation. That situation became more certain by Tuesday afternoon.
Trevor Booker arrived at the Las Vegas summer league to watch his NBA team's entry. Essentially as of Tuesday, that team is no longer the Washington Wizards.
The Wizards made their first significant move entering free agency by not giving a first-right-of-refusal qualifying offer to Trevor Booker but Kevin Seraphin received one.
The Wizards appear likely to re-sign Garrett Temple, and even though Chris Singleton is a long shot to stick around there's a scenario in which he still could.
Our latest look at NBA free agent options for the Wizards centers on DeJuan Blair. The fans have begged for him before. This time the cost might be Trevor Booker.
Trevor Booker throws out a first pitch and throws a jab at John Wall's brutal version.
Restricted free agent Trevor Booker cannot negotiate with the other teams until July 1. Somebody should let the Wizards forward know that.
John Wall, Trevor Booker and Kevin Seraphin entered the NBA together. Depending on the Wizards' plans, that trio could turn into a duet or solo act by next season.
John Wall and Trevor Booker entered the league in 2010 with a similar issue: The inability to shoot. Both improved in that area this past season. Will Booker be around this season is the question.
As Drew Gooden made his presence known in the paint, Al Harrington made shot after shot and fans chanted Andre Miller's name before stepping to the line for a pair of free throws, one thing was clear Sunday in the Washington Wizards' Game 4 second-round loss to the Indiana Pacers: The old guys still have it.
"They wanted me," Booker said about the Jazz during an exclusive interview with CSN.
"I like their core players. I know some of the players on their team, great group of guys. Young team so I can go in, be a leader as an older guy, something that I wasn't able to do in Washington. I'm just looking to start a new chapter," Booker said.