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The Wizards are considering signing a D-League player for future help.

While John Wall and Drew Gooden escaped the frigid weather for the islands, other Wizards relaxed with their families.

The Wizards veteran's application for dual citizenship will not be processed in time to represent his mother's home country.

The Wizards' well-traveled veteran, who is elgible to play for the Nordic country because his mother is Finnish, will add international tournament play to his bio.

Veteran forward inks one-year contract to remain with Wizards after joining team midway through last season.

A look back at Drew Gooden's through three critical stats.

The journeyman seamlessly stepped in for the Wizards following Nene's injury in February, serving as a source of leadership and toughness.

Drew Gooden was used sparingly in the first round against Chicago but his rebounding and scoring proved to be the difference for the Wizards in Game 1.

The Wizards are one win away from claiming their first playoff series win since 2005.

Green Bay Packers QB has bond with Gooden that stretches back to his Milwaukee Bucks days.

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