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2010/11 Washington Wizards Player Evaluation: Rashard Lewis

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Over the next few weeks, we will be evaluating the 2010/11 seasons of all the players who ended the year on the Wizards' roster.  We'll offer our quick thoughts, then ask you to grade their ...

Today's off-topic thread, brought to you by former Bullet and current NBA official...

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Today's off-topic thread, brought to you by former Bullet and current NBA official Haywoode Workman.

Today's off-topic thread, brought to you by the Robert Pack 1995 NBA Hoops card. I miss Robert...

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Today's off-topic thread, brought to you by the Robert Pack 1995 NBA Hoops card. I miss Robert Pack.

I personally don't believe the numbers. The NBPA, we don't believe the numbers. They haven't been...

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I personally don't believe the numbers. The NBPA, we don't believe the numbers. They haven't been open with us in opening up their books. For example, the Pistons were just sold and ... the NBPA doesn't have the opportunity to review the sale and see what the player costs are, just see the numbers so that we can try to remedy the situation.

Mo Evans, in an interview with SI's Sam Amick that's worth your time.

2011/12 Washington Wizards Road Map: In The Footsteps Of The Oklahoma City Thunder God

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A sniper in the draft lottery and baroque mastermind of the NBA trade, Sam Presti has set the bar (impossibly) high for a textbook rebuild. But there's an outside chance the Wizards can follow in...

Here's today's off-topic thread, brought to you by the "Tyrone" Bogues 1992/93 Topps Archive card.

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Here's today's off-topic thread, brought to you by the "Tyrone" Bogues 1992/93 Topps Archive card.

Washington Wizards New D-League Affiliate Is Iowa Energy

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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...

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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

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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)

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