According to a league source, the Wizards are leaning toward guaranteeing veteran guard Andre Miller's contract for $4.6 million next season.
Former McNamara All-Met Talib Zanna joined Colonials Isaiah Armwood and Maurice Creek in the final group of prospects to work out for the Wizards before Thursday's NBA draft.
After playing Temple played 11.2 minutes per game, the Wizards guard averaged just 1.1 minutes after the trade for Andre Miller.
Though Temple's on-court role decreased, he built the trust of teammates and coaches as a versatile leader and defender.
Glen Rice Jr. (left) averaged just 2.9 points in 11 games but did start once for the Wizards this past season.
A freak injury and erratic shooting hindered Rice's ability to crack the rotation as a rookie, but his two D-League stints showed promise.
After starting 62 games during his first two years, Wizards forward was limited to just 25 game appearances this past season.
While the Wizards tried moving him to power forward, Singleton saw himself as a small forward on a team backloaded at that position.
Nene's shooting percentage from the midrange spiked to 42.4 but his free-throw efficiency fell to 58.3.
Known as the "grump guy," Nene's bold leadership and evolving midrange game were key to Wizards postseason success.