Washington Wizards Need A Mike Miller Sequel In D.C.

Mike Miller

To his surprise, Mike Miller saw his chances of garnering a third consecutive championship ring dissipate as he was amnestied by the Miami Heat yesterday. While Heat President Pat Riley had reiterated in weeks prior that he had no intentions […]

Washington Wizards Rumors: DeJuan Blair Whispers Don’t Bode Well For Kevin Seraphin

Kevin Seraphin

As Rant Sports’ Justin Brown touched on yesterday, San Antonio Spurs big man DeJuan Blair going to the Washington Wizards is a rumor currently circulating. While I’ve previously touched on Chris Singleton‘s and Jan Vesely‘s tenuous positions within the Wizards’ organization, this rumor indicates that one Kevin Seraphin may be the player on the outs. With Blair not […]

Washington Wizards: Otto Porter Turns In Underwhelming Performance in Summer League Opener

Otto Porter

In a drag of a game that epitomized offensive futility, Washington Wizards forward Otto Porter turned in a forgettable performance in the Wizards’ 56-52 loss to the Golden State Warriors today. Porter finished with seven points and six rebounds on 3-13 shooting. While Porter had the […]

It’s Do Or Die For Chris Singleton At Las Vegas Summer League

Chris Singleton

With fans anxious to see their teams’ recent draftees in an NBA setting, rookies like Washington Wizards forward Otto Porter garner the spotlight in the NBA‘s summer leagues. Nonetheless, what’s going to grab my attention is the two third-year former first-round picks, Jan Vesely and Chris Singleton, Washington […]

Washington Wizards’ Offseason Gets a Grade of Incomplete

Washington Wizards

With the NBA‘s annual moratorium on transactions lifted as of yesterday, the Washington Wizards‘ free agent acquisitions have now become official. Martell Webster, Garrett Temple and Eric Maynor make up the list of Washington’s free agent signings, with Maynor being […]

Cleveland Cavaliers Are Wasting Their Time With Andrew Bynum

Andrew Bynum

The mercurial and often injured big man known as Andrew Bynum, according to sources, just left Cleveland with a two-year, $24 million offer on the table from the Cleveland Cavaliers. For Cleveland’s sake, let’s hope that money never makes its way into Bynum’s bank […]

Dwight Howard, James Harden Could Have Been Washington Wizards

Dwight Howard James Harden

To no one’s surprise, the Houston Rockets won the Dwight Howard sweepstakes yesterday. During his tumultuous season with the Los Angeles Lakers, it became apparent that Howard would bolt Los Angeles for greener pastures once free agency began. The only questions were: […]

With Re-Signing of Martell Webster, Otto Porter is Destined for Sixth Man Role with Washington Wizards

Otto Porter

Martell Webster parlayed his career season into a multi-year contract with the Washington Wizards today. Although the deal isn’t official until July 10, it is reported by multiple media outlets to be for four years, $22 million. While Webster’s signing isn’t too surprising, […]

Washington Wizards: Eric Maynor Could Have Calming Effect on John Wall

Eric Maynor

Seeing how the John Wall-less Washington Wizards resembled the woeful Charlotte Bobcats at the outset last season, finding a quality backup point guard has to be a top priority in free agency. While free agency doesn’t technically begin until July 10, it appears Washington has […]

Washington Wizards’ Acquisition Of Glen Rice Jr. Is A Puzzling One

Glen Rice Jr.

While Washington Wizards first-round selection Otto Porter Jr. will get all the fanfare, it’s their acquisition of second-rounder Glen Rice Jr. that piques my interest. Prior to the 2013 NBA Draft, it appeared a near certainty that Rice would parlay his successful playoff run […]

2013 NBA Draft: Washington Wizards’ Draft Picks May Spell End Of Martell Webster’s Time In D.C.

Martell Webster

Martell Webster may want to start packing his bags. While the Washington Wizards‘ selection of small forward Otto Porter came as no surprise, the acquisition of Glen Rice Jr., another small forward, was somewhat of a head scratcher — at least if Washington was planning […]

2013 NBA Draft: Washington Wizards Take Safe Route, Pick Otto Porter Jr.

Otto Porter

With the third pick in the 2013 NBA Draft, the Washington Wizards selected Otto Porter Jr. from Georgetown. This pick comes as no surprise, as Porter has been the favorite to go third ever since the draft order was revealed. In Porter, Washington is […]