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Links: Washington Wizards announce 2012 training camp schedule

The Washington Wizards have announced their 2012 training camp schedule. Links to coverage of the Wizards and NBA.

April 18, 2012; Washington, D.C., USA; Washington Wizards guard John Wall (2) during the game against the Milwaukee Bucks at Verizon Center. Mandatory Credit: Evan Habeeb-US PRESSWIRE

TGIF links:

  • The Wizards have announced the schedule for their seven-day training camp at GW George Mason. [Us | Wizards Insider]
  • Just what is Wizards media days like? [Truth About It]
  • Here's some photos of yesterday's player workout at Verizon Center. []
  • Paul Forrester doesn't think Randy Wittman has much job security. [SI]
  • Thomas wants to know, is Bradley Beal the next great shooting guard?
  • As Mike let you know yesterday, soon Bullets Forever and all SB Nation sites will have a new look. Get excited.
  • Brian Cook wasn't all that excited about being traded to the Wizards last season, but he enjoyed his short stint with the team enough to accept an their invitation to training camp. [CSN Washington]
  • Enjoy these highlights of Nene's time with the Wizards last season. []
  • In the same spirit as SI's newly unveiled "Twitter 100," the guys over at Ball Don't Lie give us their list of must-follows, and Wizznutzz makes the list.
  • Craig Stouffer offers Darko Milicic up as proof that the NBA doesn't have many other standards when it comes to 7-footers. [Washington Examiner]
  • Channing Frye will miss the entire 2012-13 season with an enlarged heart. Scary. [SB Nation]
  • The 76ers reportedly tried to pry Masai Ujiri away from the Nuggets earlier this summer. Not sure if that came before or after they gave Ujirir Andre Iguodala in order to get Andrew Bynum. [Yahoo! Sports]
  • Tom Ziller writes that David Stern doesn't seem to horrible whence compared to his counterparts in the NFL and NHL. Ringing endorsement. [SB Nation]
  • The Spurs are getting new unis and, well, to sum up Mike's take: Ick. [SB Nation]