• Perspective

Marcin Gortat and Ian Mahinmi are critical to their team’s success, even if they feel undervalued.

“What they said he couldn't do, he did,” said the mother of the Wizards' newest player. “With Carrick, we wouldn't let him fail no matter what.”

As Oubre continues to grow, Washington's offense rolls through the exhibition season.

Felix will potentially make an NBA roster for the first time since the 2013-14 season.

At 22, the New York native is still largely defined by his potential, but he continues to show flashes in a 110-103 win over the Knicks on Friday night.

On the latest episode of "Posting Up," host Tim Bontemps previews the Southeast Division.

Wizards' 7-footer may have earned a starting spot in the regular season opener after dropping 20 points on the Heat.

Meanwhile, Jason Smith moves closer to seizing Washington’s vacant starting power forward role.

It won't be easy, though. 'This is one of the toughest years that I will have in making a cut,' Brooks added.

Mac will undergo an operation on his Achilles' tendon on Tuesday and is expected to be out 6-8 months.

Speaking for his teammates, Richard Jefferson says the three-time defending Eastern Conference champs “don't consider” the Wizards.

The second-year swingman is scheduled to have an MRI on Monday.

Coach Scott Brooks gave the bench a deeper look — before yet another disastrous injury struck.

Issues at power forward and small forward continue, while Ian Mahinmi continues to work off the rust.

"If we stay the same defensively, I don’t think that’s going to be good for us,” Coach Scott Brooks said.

Morris will make his presence felt, even from the bench: “Still talk my lil' (expletive) to the other team."

After being found not guilty in an aggravated assault trial, Washington's injured starting power forward can return to the team and start his rehab in earnest.

Although he's free of legal problems, Morris will miss games while he recovers from sports hernia surgery.

“What you were missing last year in the playoffs when John [Wall] was out the game,” Sloan said, “I’m here to pick it up."

John Wall sits out while Bradley Beal and Otto Porter Jr. make cameos in 126-96 win over Guangzhou Long-Lions.

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