With the exception of John Wall, the Wizards need to clean house. They are a franchise in disarray, and need to start looking for new building blocks if that can come in and change that. Andrew Bogut is one of those players. So, the Wizards fans have reason to be pleased, at least according to Marc Stein of ESPN. Sources say that the Washington Wizards are among the teams to express the strongest interest in Bogut, which might be another indication that the Wiz are prepared to part with the enigmatic JaVale McGee, if not before the deadline than during the offseason.
Washington Wizards point guard John Wall is not short on money—the 2014 NBA All-Star is in the first year of a 5-year, $80 million max contract. What can friends and family expect from him for the holidays? Cash, apparently. Teammat... Read Post
Andrew Bogut is not the answer to the Washington Wizards' problems. The Wizards are horrible and they obviously have to make changes to improve, but the oft-injured Bogut will only add to their frustration. ESPN's Marc Stein reports... Read Post