Small forward Trevor Ariza, a key part of the Wizards' playoff run last season, has agreed to a four-year deal with Houston.
Until the situations for LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony are settled, the Wizards and Trevor Ariza are forced to wait for resolutions in free agency.
Veteran free agent forward Al Harrington wants to return to the Wizards but will first assist the coaching staff during summer league.
Otto Porter Jr. and Glen Rice Jr. got little playing time as rookies but expect to take on bigger roles with the Wizards' summer league outfit.
While attending NBA summer league on Saturday in Orlando, Marcin Gortat told NBATV that his decision to return to Washington was "easy."
The Wizards meet with free agent swingman Thabo Sefolosha, who could be a possible alternative in the event they cannot resign Trevor Ariza.
Coach Randy Wittman and team vice president Ed Tapscott travel to California in pursuit of free agent Trevor Ariza.
The Wizards spoke with Marcin Gortat and met with Trevor Ariza, but so far have yet to reach an agreement with either player.
Webster's injury, sustained during a routine workout, could sideline him for the start of the 2014-15 season.
Wittman will be joined by Vice President of Basketball Administration Tommy Sheppard to meet with Gortat in advance of July 1, when free agency begins.