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Links: More details on Tuesday's Wizards open practice

The Wizards will hold an open practice on Tuesday night to conclude training camp.

Rafael Suanes-US PRESSWIRE

Today's links are brief because Amin and I are heading out the door to cover the Wizards' final day of training camp.

OPEN PRACTICE: Today's festivities conclude with an open practice at 6:30 p.m. at the Patriot Center, featuring a musical performance by Wale and more. Amin and I will both be there. If you are going, send me an email (mikeprada AT sbnation DOT com). Would love to say hello. [CSN Washington]

KEVIN AND RANDY: Michael Lee with an interesting look at the relationship between Kevin Seraphin and Randy Wittman. [Washington Post]

FOLLOW MARTELL: Craig Stouffer writes that Martell Webster is quickly emerging as a vocal leader. [Washington Examiner]

MORE OBSERVATIONS FROM A BOX SCORE: Truth About it chimes in with thoughts on Sunday's preseason loss to the Bobcats.

WIZZNUTZZ BEING WIZZNUTZZ: The hilarious Twitter account quoted all the bad things John Hollinger said about the Wizards in his player previews. [Deadspin]

PROJECT ZERO? That's the name that Nets Daily has coined for the rehabilitation of Andray Blatche. Why Project Zero? He's wearing number zero, and he has zero money guaranteed, so it makes sense. Anyway, things are apparently going well so far. [Nets Daily | New York Post]

CUBAN DROPS THE BALL: Deron Williams says that Mark Cuban's absence at a July meeting convinced him to sign with the Brooklyn Nets. Where was Cuban? Filming an episode of the reality show "Shark Tank." [New York Times]

T-MAC TO CHINA: Adrian Wojnarowski reports that Tracy McGrady will soon sign a guaranteed contract with a Chinese club team. [Yahoo! Sports]

KOBE DONE? The Los Angeles Lakers' star is hinting at retirement in two years. [CBS Sports]