Washington Wizards Player Analysis
Let’s take a look at Washington’s reserve center.
He may not return, but Sato made the most of his time in Washington again.
Winston spent most of his season with the Capital City Go-Go and sparingly with the NBA team.
Schakel spent most of his season with the Capital City Go-Go.
It’s apparent that the Wizards will move on from the center because of Kristaps Porzingis’ arrival. But that doesn’t mean that they should leave him on the bench for the rest of the season.
The Washington Wizards forward has been playing very well this season due to improved play, even while the team has performed poorly in recent weeks.
We spoke to Todd Ramasar, the CEO of Life Sports Agency, which has clients in the NBA like Washington Wizards center Thomas Bryant. Ramasar also gave us an update on Marcin Gortat, whom he also represents.
He participated in a full practice yesterday with the Wizards. And we asked Dr. Lucas Wymore about how players can gain weight and continue to play effectively, given that there were reports that Hachimura lost weight when he reported to the Wizards.
Hughes went into detail on the defensive turnaround for the Wizards on this week’s Bleav in Wizards podcast.
In the second part of our mailbag, we go over questions specifically on the Wizards’ franchise player.
Westbrook was not an All-NBA or an All-Star this year, perhaps a bit unfairly. But at the same time, without him, the Wizards would be in a much different spot right now.
The reserve Washington Wizards guard remained a steady presence off the bench in his second season for Washington. That said, the team still performed better when he was off the floor.
The reserve wing player needs to improve his shooting, especially close to the basket as he heads to the fourth season of his rookie scale contract.
The Washington Wizards rookie just doesn’t have much of a sample size to make a more detailed evaluation. With a new head coach, things could change.