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Martell Webster as stretch four? Wizards may try it next season.

When the Washington Wizards tip-off next season, they will have Marcin Gortat at center and Nene at power forward.

But their moves this summer show that when one of those two sits (specifically Nene) the Wizards will embrace going small, as they did last playoffs when they blistered the Raptors in the first round. 359 more words

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Washington Wizards Re-Sign Drew Gooden

WASHINGTON — After reports surfaced last week that Drew Gooden had re-signed with the Washington Wizards, the team confirmed the signing.

The 6-foot-10 power forward appeared in 51 games for Washington last season, averaging 5.4 points and 4.4 rebounds while shooting .390 from three-point range in 16.6 minutes per game. 224 more words


Report: Drew Gooden Agrees to 1-Year Deal With Wizards

WASHINGTON — According to a report from Yahoo! NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski, Washington Wizards power forward Drew Gooden has signed a one-year deal to stay in the nation’s capital. 102 more words


LeBron James' legacy does not ride solely on these Finals

LeBron James’ legacy has become one of the “hot take” storylines of the NBA Finals, which finally tip off Thursday night. And how you spin it says as much about what you think of LeBron as it does his actual legacy. 631 more words

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Free agent big man Kevin Seraphin wants to start somewhere

Kevin Seraphin finally got a chance to play key minutes for the Washington Wizards in Game 7 against Hawks — only because Marcin Gortat had food poisoning. 487 more words

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Hawks start hot, finish cold, Wizards take Game 1 on road 104-98.

The Atlanta Hawks scored 37 points on 64 percent shooting in the first quarter.

The Atlanta Hawks scored 35 points on 25 percent shooting in the second half. 687 more words

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