Trevor Booker will be unrestricted free agent

In 45 starts for the Wizards this past season, Trevor Booker made a name for himself and displayed his value as an undersized yet impactful power forward (Rob Carr/Getty Images).

The Wizards have declined to make a qualifying offer to forward Trevor Booker, meaning he will be an unrestricted free agent this summer. Booker, who has played four season with the Wizards after they acquired his right in a draft-day trade with Minnesota in 2010. Booker played in 72 games last season, averaging 21.6 minutes, 6.8 points and 5.3 rebounds, after struggling with injuries the previous two seasons.

Follow the link for updates on Trevor Booker, plus the Wizards’ decision to retain backup point guard Andre Miller.

Michael Lee is the national basketball writer for The Washington Post.



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