NBA Rumors: Washington Wizards

Wizards 15th roster spot 

March, 2, 2015
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The Washington Wizards have had an open roster spot since Jan. 7 when they placed Glen Rice Jr. on waivers. There has been speculation that management was waiting until we got to the March 1 deadline for players to be waived and remain eligible for the post-season to do something, but that may not happen.

Bradley Beal's next game 

February, 26, 2015
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The Washington Wizards have been horrible without starting shooting guard Bradley Beal as they have dropped to the No. 5 seed in the East after losing five consecutive games and have gone 2-6 with him sidelined due to the mild stress reaction in his right fibula. Good news should come on Friday.

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Bradley Beal back soon? 

February, 24, 2015
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Bradley Beal last played on Feb. 5 due to what the team is listing as a "mild stress reaction" to his right leg. Beal is feeling better and believes he will return to the active roster sooner than later.

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Wizards willing to part with 1st Rd. pick 

February, 18, 2015
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The Washington Wizards are in the hunt for a Top-4 seed in the Eastern Conference and they are willing to trade a future first round pick if the right player is available to help the team reach it's goal, reports J. Michael of CSN Washington.

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Bradley Beal seeks second opinion 

February, 12, 2015
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UPDATE: Bradley Beal did have that second exam and it revealed a "mild stress reaction in his lower right fibula," according to CSN Washington.

"There was a little hot spot there. That was it," Randy Wittman said. "There was nothing more than that. He'll get a week off from the break and [the medical staff will] look at it and see where he's at."

Beal has had similar "stress reactions" the last two years, so this is something to watch. Beal may sidelined for a few weeks after the extended All-Star break ends.

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Washington Wizards starting shooting guard Bradley Beal has been dealing with a sore right big toe and it's bad enough that he's going to meet with a doctor to get a second opinion, reports CSN Washington.

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Bradley Beal's big toe injury 

February, 6, 2015
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The Washington Wizards are in a major funk as they have lost five games in a row after Thursday's defeat in Charlotte and are 3-7 in their last 10 games. The Wizards may have also taken a hit to their starting backcourt as Bradley Beal had to leave in the first quarter due to a big toe injury.

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Andre Miller's reduced role 

February, 5, 2015
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16-year NBA veteran Andre Miller is averaging 12.2 minutes this season, but over the last four games he has hardly played. Miller, 38, was on the court for just: five minutes against the Phoenix Suns; three against the Toronto Raptors; and over the last two against the Charlotte Hornets and Atlanta Hawks he has received DNP-CD's from head coach Randy Wittman. Due to Miller's inability to defend, Wittman is now giving the backup point guard minutes to Garrett Temple, reports The Washington Post.

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Kevin Seraphin's future with Wizards 

January, 22, 2015
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Center Kevin Seraphin has only played for the Washington Wizards during his five seasons in the NBA and if it's up to him the relationship will continue beyond 2014-15. Seraphin will be an unrestricted free agent come July 1.

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Miller's plan doesn't include retirement 

January, 14, 2015
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Andre Miller is playing in his 16th NBA season and at this time the 38-year old has no desire to retire. When asked, Miller says he'd like to finish his career with the Washington Wizards.

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Who might fill Wizards' 15th spot 

January, 9, 2015
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The Washington Wizards have an open roster spot after waiving Glen Rice Jr. and they could look at players with different skill-sets which may include shot-blocking, shooting and ball-handling, to fill that position.

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Any time for Webster, Blair? 

December, 30, 2014
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Martell Webster (back surgery) was part of the Washington Wizards active roster for the first time on Monday. To make room forward DeJuan Blair was dropped to the inactive list. Webster didn't receive any minutes against Houston and he will have to fight for a place in the rotation now that he is healthy.

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Why Nene's content coming off the bench 

December, 22, 2014
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Nene missed some games at the end of November and into early December due to plantar fasciitis in his right foot and since he returned head coach Randy Wittman has played him off the bench. Nene says he's fine with his current role for a bit longer.

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When Martell Webster expects to return 

December, 12, 2014
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Martell Webster went through his first practice of this season on Thursday and there reportedly is a set a timeline when he wants to return to the active roster.

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Paul Pierce's lingering sore toe 

December, 4, 2014
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Paul Pierce was forced to leave Wednesday's game against the Los Angeles Lakers after 24 minutes on the court due to his sore right right toe. Pierce has been dealing with it for a while and the only way to get through it is through rest. For that reason, he will likely sit out some practices and possibly games to make sure the soreness doesn't linger for an extended period of time.

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Nene's imminent return 

December, 3, 2014
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Forward/center Nene is dealing with plantar fasciitis, a soft tissue injury, to the right foot and it has forced him to sit out the Washington Wizards last four games. The big man participated in Tuesday's practice and he might return soon.

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