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Latest Trevor Booker Items
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.
A left knee sprain to Nene towards the end of the regular season forced the Wizards to figure out how to win without Nene, and Trevor Booker and Drew Gooden have been key this postseason.
Nene rolled his left foot late in the first quarter but the Wizards were able to take the lead in his absence and he returned in the second.
Drew Gooden, who has had his playing time diminished, concluded that coach Randy Wittman's decisions with his rotations are "helping us win ballgames."