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Latest Wizards Items
It's official: John Wall is back with Team USA. The Wizards point guard commented on the late-but-better-than-never invitation.
Al Harrington has to put himself through rigorous workouts to determine if he'll be able to play for the Wizards, who have one roster spot left, for his 17th season.
Expect the Wizards to conduct at least one more round of workouts at the Verizon Center before Thursday's draft.
Even in a rain delay, Nationals fans had plenty to cheer for Monday night.
Al Harrington still is playing with a minutes restriction because of his right knee, but the veteran was the spark in Saturday's comeback win vs. Brooklyn.
Once Drew Gooden's second 10-day contract expires March 18, the surprising three-point shooting big man will be retained for the rest of the season.
Whether Nene doesn't miss a beat or sits for a while with a knee injury, the Wizards have an open roster spot to fill. For now we explore the available frontcourt market including Earl Clark...and Kwame Brown.
Some fans mistake Garrett Temple for Otto Porter, which is why the charitable guard thought reports of the rookie's lunch with a homeless man was about him.
"He's a guy that makes you better," said Washington coach Randy Wittman. "He does a lot of different things and does them good."