The Wizards rookie Bradley Beal has agreed in principle to a shoe deal with Nike, according to his agent.
Martell Webster and Chris Singleton have spirited efforts - and impressive dunks - while leading the Wizards to a 101-94 win over the defending champion Miami Heat.
The Wizards held Bradley Beal out of practice drills but the rookie is hopeful he'll be able to face Miami in Kansas City, Mo.
Beal fell and twisted his left ankle in Monday's practice, but Coach Randy Wittman sounded optimistic that the highly-touted rookie avoided serious harm.
Coach Randy Wittman hasn't declared his opening night starting five, but A.J. Price is making his case to fill in at point guard while John Wall is absent.
Trevor Booker has provided an instant boost of emotion and energy since returning from a hamstring injury. He has scored 34 points in just 38 minutes in two preseason games, confirming his belief in himself.
Trevor Booker scores 22 points in his first preseason start and A.J. Price has a double-double with 17 points and 11 assists as Wizards win their second game of the preseason, 102-94, in Milwaukee.
With the Wizards short of healthy big men, Earl Barron attempts to make the most of his audition for Washington.
Wizards big man Nene said his left foot is "still inflamed" after visiting specialist in Baltimore and cannot offer a timetable for his return.
The team commits to its youth movement, signing six first former first-round picks - John Wall, Trevor Booker, Kevin Seraphin, Jordan Crawford, Jan Vesely and Chris Singleton - through 2014.