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Washington Wizards New D-League Affiliate Is Iowa Energy

The NBA has announced its list of NBA Developmental League affiliates, and the Washington Wizards are now affiliated with the Iowa Energy.  They will share the club with the Chicago Bulls and New...

The Wizards are another team set to have less cap room that it appears, having tendered qualifying...

The Wizards are another team set to have less cap room that it appears, having tendered qualifying offers to a host of borderline players who seem likely to accept them — and having to pay Nick Young, a restricted free agent who carries a mid-sized cap hold. Even assuming Young signs for only the amount of his qualifying offer — a mere $3.7 million — the Wiz will have about $52 million in committed salary, assuming rookie-scale deals for their two first-rounders (Chris Singleton and Jan Vesely). And Young figures to do much better than $3.7 million. All of this would put the Wizards outside the group of true free-agent players, though that could change with a higher-than-expected cap figure or if they decide to eat Rashard Lewis’ giant contract with an amnesty clause.

Zach Lowe of Sports Illustrated, putting the Wizards on the bubble of having cap room.

Washington Wizards Links: John Wall is in Philly, NBA lockout updates

Some links for you today: John Wall is hanging out at the Reebok Breakout Challenge Camp in Philadelphia, which holds a special place in his heart because that's where he first started to get...

The lockout inspired me to dig through my card collection over the holiday weekend. Most of the...

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The lockout inspired me to dig through my card collection over the holiday weekend. Most of the cards are from 1989-1996, so I figured they're worth posting every day until we get more basketball. Today's offering: a Rasheed Wallace rookie card from the Topps Gallery 1995 set. (This will also double as an off-topic thread)

2010/11 Washington Wizards Player Evaluation: Josh Howard

Wizards player evaluations resume with Josh Howard. How would you rate his 2010/11 season?

I've got a couple other pieces due elsewhere, so new content probably won't be complete until...

I've got a couple other pieces due elsewhere, so new content probably won't be complete until midday. So to tide you over, here's a discussion question I've been pondering: which Wizard do you think will be most affected by the lockout? I was thinking of a post on this, so I'm curious to hear your feedback.

John Wall played in the Goodman League Friday

Though it looks like the game was indoors instead of on the usual outdoor courts in Southeast. Also, DeMarcus Cousins picked up a technical foul for throwing the ball outside the gym after being called for traveling.

2011/12 Wizards Road Map, Boston Celtics Style: Rise Of The Real Big 3

With the 2011 draft behind us, the terrain is a bit clearer, and it's time take a look at the road map for the 2011/12 Washington Wizards. To take a look forward, we take a page out of history from the Celtic-nomicon and the rise of the real Big 3.

Happy July 4!

I took a bit of a break over the holiday weekend, which explains the lack of posting.  But while I'm here, I just wanted to wish everyone a happy July 4.  I hope you all are spending time with...

NBA Lockout 2011 Links: Frown Face

All the lockout links you need are right here.  And now, I'm depressed. Most pertinent to the Wizards: how does the lockout affect their free-agent situation. [Michael Katz, SB Nation D.C.] M...

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