Neal provides scoring punch off the bench and West would supply leadership in Paul Pierce's absence.
While other NBA teams shop for free agents, Wizards’ key summer involves a budding star on their team.
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Pierce amassed 149.1 regular season win shares (and counting) over his NBA career.
The Wizards are in the market for a stretch-four, defensive versatility, and perimeter bench scoring.
Washington had offered Pierce a two-year deal with a team option for a second season.
The Wizards can pay the veteran $6.6 million next season.
Pierce is a free agent for the second straight year.
The Wizards are in the market for a stretch-four and wing depth, but who they go after will depend on whether Paul Pierce decides to stay in Washington or leave.
Both are familiar faces with the Wizards.
A decision will be made after White plays on the Wizards' summer league team in Las Vegas.