After his first mini-camp practice as a member of the Washington Wizards, number one draft pick John Wall took a few minutes to meet with the media. He discussed his performance in practice, the rapport he’s building with the players, what he needs to work on, and his feelings about LeBron James’ decision to join the Miami Heat.
After the Washington Wizards first mini-camp practice, head coach Flip Saunders met with the media. He discussed his expectations for John Wall and the other young players, the future of Nick Young, and his feelings on LeBron James’ decision to bolt to the Miami Heat.
The Washington Wizards will kickoff their three day mini-camp at the Verizon Center, on Thursday, July 8th, in preparation for their appearance in the Vegas Summer League. Number one overall pick John Wall, and third year center JaVale McGee will headline the 16 man roster.
Yesterday, when Trevor Booker and Hamady N’Diaye were officially introduced by Team President Ernie Grunfeld and head coach Flip Saunders, it seemed like both players would finally have the spotlight to themselves.
The Washington Wizards traded forward Quinton Ross to the New Jersey Nets for forward Yi Jianlian and cash considerations according to Team President Ernie Grunfeld.
Last night, I had the distinct pleasure of appearing on Fox Sports Radio with Brian Webber and Pooh Richardson. I discussed the factors involved in Phil Jackson’s return next year and where LeBron James and the rest of the 2010 free agent class may end up going.
John Wall isn’t just expected to be the starting point guard on a team that has designs on returning to the playoffs, but he is being called upon to restore the emphasis on good character and behavior that has been absent since Gilbert Arenas was suspended in January of this year.
The Wizards acquired the draft rights to forward Trevor Booker and center Hamady N’Diaye from the Minnesota Timberwolves in exchange for the rights to Lazar Hayward and Nemanja Bjelica.
A few minutes after selecting John Wall as the number one pick in the draft, Washington Wizards Team President Ernie Grunfeld, met with the media to discuss the pick.
The day before he is expected to be the number one pick in the 2010 NBA draft by the Washington Wizards, John Wall unveiled the new basketball shoes he will be wearing during his rookie year.
On the eve of the biggest draft pick the Washington Wizards have had in nine years, Team President Ernie Grunfeld took some time to speak with the media.
On Wednesday, June 23 from 3-4pm, top 200 NBA draftees, along with Hall of Famer Bob Lanier and former NBA player Felipe Lopez, will conduct an NBA FIT clinic for 100 New York City boys and girls at Madison Square Garden.
In front of audience that included Wizards forward Andray Blatche, Team President Ernie Grunfeld, Owner Ted Leonsis, bloggers, beat writers and Wizards coaches, Wall did his best to dazzle in an individual workout.
Today, Wall participated in an individual workout, and afterwards he met with the media. He discussed how his workout went, advice he got from LeBron James, what he learned by watching Kobe Bryant, the possibility of playing with Gilbert Arenas, and much more.
During this podcast, Ryan and Rashad discuss the great play of Artest, the rebounding dominance of the Lakers, the struggles of the Celtics in the fourth quarter, and Kobe Bryant’s legacy.