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John Wall Is Only Player From 2010 Draft Class With Original Team
John Wall is the last player from the 2010 draft class with his original team.
John Wall Wants To Remain With Wizards For Remainder Of Career
John Wall and the Wizards agreed upon a $170 million extension.
Brandon Jennings Agrees Upon One-Year, $1.5M Deal With China Shanxi
Brandon Jennings split time last season with the Knicks and Wizards.
John Wall, Wizards Agree Upon Four-Year, $170M Extension
John Wall has agreed upon a supermax extension.
Otto Porter Wasn't Offended By John Wall's Lobbying For Paul George
Otto Porter stayed with the Wizards this offseason when they matched his $106.5 million offer sheet.
Ted Leonsis Predicts John Wall Will Sign Supermax With Wizards
John Wall has yet to agree upon a four-year, $170 million supermax extension with the Wizards.
John Wall Addresses Recruitment Of Paul George, Possible Supermax Extension
John Wall said the possibility of signing a supermax is "a big decision."
Wizards Match Otto Porter's Four-Year $106.5M Offer Sheet With Nets
Otto Porter will be the Wizards' highest paid player next season at $24.8 million.
Jamal Crawford Bought Out By Hawks, Receiving Interest From Cavs, Wizards, Wolves
Jamal Crawford has been bought out by the Hawks.
Bojan Bogdanovic Agrees To Two-Year, $21M Deal With Pacers
Indiana would have had to sign Bojan Bogdanovic to a three-year offer if he remained a restricted free agent.

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2017 Summer League Notes On All 30 NBA Teams

by Keith P Smith

Notes and observations on all 30 NBA teams from how they evaluated their offseason moves and what they saw from their Summer League prospects.

Grading The Deal: Wizards Match Otto Porter's $106.5M Offer Sheet With Brooklyn

by Christopher Reina

Otto Porter's value comes from an uncomplex combination of playing the NBA's thinnest position, off the ball efficiency, defensive versatility, and the lack of options for the Wizards to replace him and remain a top-4 team in the East.

2017 Offseason Preview: Washington Wizards

by Keith P Smith

Drafting, developing and retaining your own players is the preferred method of team building, but it can get pricey as the Wizards are realizing this offseason with their Otto Porter decision.

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