One fan comes to terms with the Wizards' deal.
What does the Jordan Crawford trade mean for the Wizards' future salary-cap number? We break down the numbers.
The Wizards will receive Leandro Barbosa's expiring contract for Jordan Crawford. Barbosa is out for the year with a torn ACL. So, they literally got nothing.
The Wizards have reportedly talked to the Dallas Mavericks about Jordan Crawford in addition to the Boston Celtics.
A report suggests that Jordan Crawford is on the Boston Celtics' "radar." Project 2012 first-round pick Fab Melo would be the main piece coming back.
A report suggests the Wizards have registered their interest in Orlando Magic guard J.J. Redick, but it seems unlikely that a deal will happen.
How do you solve a problem like JCraw? BF's editors participate in a roundtable to try to determine the Wizards' next move with Jordan Crawford?
With the market on Josh Smith reportedly cooling, have the Wizards vaulted further up the chain in the sweepstakes for his services? Or have they themselves also dropped out?
Another report suggests the Wizards are one of several teams trying to trade for Josh Smith, but they've reportedly taken their three best players/assets off the table.
Before we can figure out what moves the Wizards could make before Thursday's trade deadline, it's time to take stock of what they actually need. In doing this, it seems like we just don't have enough information to really know.
The Thunder are reportedly listening to offers for Eric Maynor. Is this someone the Wizards should pursue?
Even after a salary-cutting trade with the Cleveland Cavaliers on Tuesday, the Memphis Grizzlies might still be looking to trade Rudy Gay. The Wizards and Jordan Crawford could be their next target.
Bradley Beal's agent has emphatically denied a rumor that his client was offered in a trade package for Memphis Grizzlies small forward Rudy Gay.
A Memphis report suggests the Wizards have talked about dealing Bradley Beal in a package to acquire Rudy Gay. This would be a terrible idea.
"No one can [keep Cousins in line], and John doesn't need to try," a friend of Wall's said over the weekend. "I don't think DeMarcus has any interest in doing anything other than what he wants to do."