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Marcin Gortat agrees to 5-year, $60 million deal to stay with Wizards

The Wizards kept Marcin Gortat away from many suitors, inking the center to a five-year, $60 million deal. Too much?

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Details of Gortat's contract structure revealed

The Wizards will do the standard thing and have Gortat's contract escalate as it moves on rather than decline or stay flat.

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Gortat confident he'll age well

The Wizards were able to formally announce Marcin Gortat's five-year extension today. Here's a few highlights from his press conference.

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Wittman, Beal, & Porter comment on Gortat signing

Randy Wittman, Bradley Beal, and Otto Porter give their reactions to Marcin Gortat's new contract with the Wizards.

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Will Gortat age well?

The biggest concern of Marcin Gortat's new five-year deal is how well he'll age given that he's turning 31 next season. We consider the chances that the Polish big man maintains his production into his mid-30s.

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Gortat's expensive new deal was inevitable

The Wizards were always going to pay a premium to keep Marcin Gortat. Tuesday's final figure should therefore come as no surprise.

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Gortat re-signs for 5 years, 60 million

The Wizards have locked up their starting center for quite a while, according to John Wall himself.

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This picture is why Gortat should be paid

It's only one reason, but as it turns out, he really only needs one reason.

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Wiz head to Poland to meet with Gortat

The free agency games are officially underway.

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Mavs expected to pursue both Gortat and Ariza

The Mavericks reportedly have their eyes on both Wizards free agents.

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'Early word' is Wiz want to keep Gortat, Ariza

It sounds like the Wizards are going to try to retain both of their two free-agent starters unless they get too expensive.

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