• Perspective

John Wall, Bradley Beal and Otto Porter Jr. are just 26, 24 and 24, so there’s still room to improve.

Wizards' star has yet to accept $170 million extension offer, but Ted Leonsis thinks he can keep the team's core together.

Owner Ted Leonsis says that the team's highest-paid player should just be himself, not try to shoulder responsibility to justify the new deal.

  • Analysis

High marks for the Boston Celtics and Oklahoma City Thunder, while the ever-turbulent New York Knicks continue to flounder.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are on a goodwill trip to Gortat's native Poland, and the Wizards center asked about soccer allegiances.

It's been a long playoff drought for the former member of five teams. Part of the attraction to the Wizards is the chance to return to the postseason.

Devin Robinson is the 17th player signed to the Wizards' roster.

The Wizards point guard also said he isn't in a rush to sign an extension. “I'm just chillin'," Wall said recently.

The forward views Washington as a clean break after a frustrating year.

The forward will make $24.8 million on a max contract as the Wizards vault into the luxury tax.

Summer League will highlight the young Wizards players who are under contract

The Wizards' young wing is playing again and dressing well.

Though Washington waited for market to dictate forward's deal, it has been preparing to match any offer for a while.

Washington intends to match Brooklyn’s bid for the forward — and take its time doing it.

Young will also compete with the team's Summer League team in Las Vegas.

  • Perspective

Forward isn’t a start at this point, but he has shown more than enough to warrant matching his max offer.

According to ESPN's Real Plus-Minus, Porter was more valuable to the team than both Wall and Beal.

Kirk Cousins and Daniel Murphy and Alex Ovechkin only wish they could make that Otto Porter money.

  • Analysis

Washington will have until midnight July 8 to match the terms offered by Brooklyn to keep their starting small forward.

Scott, who agreed to a one-year, veteran minimum deal, will become the 14th player on the Wizards' roster.

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