Washington Wizards training camp roster

March 18, 2010
Training camp roster

With John Wall and Nene recovering from injuries, old and new players will compete to fill the void.

no. player pos. ht. wt. exp. hs/college/country
1 Trevor Ariza F 6-8 210 8 UCLA
A defensive-minded wing player who can force turnovers and get out on the open floor for dunks. Won a championship with the Lakers in 2009.
Earl Barron F-C 7-0 250 6 Memphis

An undrafted journeyman, Barron won a championship in 2006 as a rookie in Miami.

Bradley Beal G 6-3 207 R Florida

The third overall pick in June, Beal is a capable shooter, scorer and playmaker. He provides a calm, even-keeled demeanor that belies his youth.

35 Trevor Booker F 6-8 240 2 Clemson

An energetic but undersized forward, Booker fights for rebounds and extra possessions and can occasionally hit the open perimeter jumper.

43 Brian Cook F 6-9 250 9 Illinois

A veteran big man who prefers to shoot perimeter jumpers, Cook can spread the floor on offense.

15 Jordan Crawford G 6-4 195 2 Xavier

A fearless shooter and gutsy competitor, Crawford can play both guard positions and will likely emerge as a primary scorer with John Wall out for two months.

Steven Gray G 6-5 205 R Gonzaga
A former standout at Gonzaga, Gray is a solid perimeter shooter still waiting for a shot in the NBA after playing last season in Latvia.
22 Shelvin Mack G 6-3 207 1 Butler
A converted shooting guard, Mack was John Wall’s primary backup last season but will have to contend for playing time at point guard in his second season.
20 Cartier Martin F 6-7 220 4 Kansas State
Led the Wizards in three-point shooting after signing with the team in March following a stint in the Developmental League. Can play small forward and shooting guard.
42 Nene F-C 6-11 250 10 Brazil
A rugged interior defender and skilled low post player, Nene will miss most of training camp and possibly the start of the season with a left foot injury.
50 Emeka Okafor C 6-10 255 8 Connecticut
An underrated but effective big man, Okafor is a solid defender who is eager to rebound from a season in which he missed 39 games because of a left knee injury.
Jannero Pargo G 6-1 185 8 Arkansas
A veteran point guard with playoff experience, Pargo has a reputation as a streaky three-point shooter, connecting on 35.4 percent from long distance in his career.
A.J. Price G 6-2 185 3 Connecticut
A reserve the past few seasons in Indiana, Price is a solid defensive player who will enter the season competing to fill in at point guard for the injured Wall.
Shavlik Randolph F 6-10 236 5 Duke
A 6-10 center who can rebound and set screens, Randolph is looking to latch on in the NBA after being out the past two seasons.
13 Kevin Seraphin C 6-9 275 2 France
A third-year big man, Seraphin blossomed into a dependable offensive weapon who can score with either hand after the Wizards traded JaVale McGee last March.
31 Chris Singleton F 6-8 230 1 Florida State
Singleton started 57 games as a rookie, but will have to scrap for an opportunity this season with the recent additions of Trevor Ariza and Martell Webster.
24 Jan Vesely F 6-11 240 1 Czech Republic
An athletic forward, Vesely provides high energy and highlight dunks. He has a good basketball IQ but has been reluctant to shoot jumpers.
2 John Wall G 6-4 195 2 Kentucky
Electrifying point guard with off-the-charts athleticism, Wall will miss the first month of the regular season while recovering from a left knee injury.
Martell Webster G-F 6-7 230 7 Seattle Prep HS

— Michael Lee

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