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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.
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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."
Sitting in front of his locker before the Washington Wizards played the Indiana Pacers on Thursday, Andray Blatche was candid about his disappointing season, and took full responsibility for it.
Nene arrived in Washington early Saturday evening to take his physical, the final step before officially becoming a member of the Wizards.
The old Capital Centre in Landover, once the home of the Washington Bullets, is now a memory, but still a very vivid one for former ball boy Jerai Grant.
The smile is somewhat crooked, so at times, John Wall looks like he's scowling. But the Wizards' 20-year-old point guard, team captain and future of the franchise looks forward to the days when he can smile a little more, and he doesn't think those days are as far away as fans might think.