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Eastern Southeast Standings

Team W-L L10 STRK
ORL 42-40 8-2 W4
CHA 39-43 6-4 L1
MIA 39-43 4-6 L1
WAS 32-50 2-8 L4
ATL 29-53 5-5 L3

Top Wizards News

  • Wizards' Tarik Phillip: Waived by Wizards

    Phillip was waived by the Wizards on Thursday.

    Phillip signed with Washington in early April, but the Wizards have opted not to give him a final roster spot. He appeared in four summer league games for the Wizards this season, totaling 23 points on 19 shots, five assists, four rebounds, four steals and a block across 50 minutes. The 26-year-old plans to continue his career overseas after agreeing to a contract with Turkish side Tofas Bursa, per John Askounis of Eurohoops.net.

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  • Wizards' Phil Booth: Will join Wizards

    Booth has agreed to join the Wizards on an Exhibit 10 contract, Don Markus of the Baltimore Sun reports.

    Booth will join the Wizards for training camp, hoping to make a good enough impression to make the final roster. The 23-year-old out of Villanova went undrafted in 2019 and joined the Cavaliers for summer league, where he averaged 7.7 points, 1.4 rebounds and 1.0 assist in 13.6 minutes.

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  • Wizards' C.J. Miles: Out six weeks due to foot surgery

    Miles has undergone surgery to address a stress fracture in his left foot and will be re-evaluated in six weeks, Chase Hughes of NBC Sports Washington reports.

    Miles' 2018-19 campaign was shortened due to a foot injury, and he'll opt to get the issue taken care of prior to training camp. An early September recovery is on the table, but that's a best-case scenario. He projects to be the Wizards' starting small forward, though the last time Miles started at least 41 games was back in 2008-09.

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  • Wizards' John Wall: Unlikely to play in 2019-20

    Wizards managing partner Ted Leonsis said Monday that he doesn't expect Wall (Achilles) to play for the team at any point in the 2019-20 season, Chase Hughes of NBC Sports Washington reports. "Our highest-paid player, our five-time All-Star, may not play at all next year. He probably won't play at all next year," Leonsis said, when asked about Wall's outlook.

    Wall ruptured his left Achilles' tendon back in February and required surgery, a procedure that typically requires at least 11 months of recovery time. Given that Wall had already undergone surgery a month beforehand to address the chronic Achilles' issue, the Wizards seem content to have him proceed slowly with his rehab rather than considering a potential return to action after the All-Star break. The Wizards could change their stance if the team finds itself in playoff contention and Wall has healed quicker than anticipated, but the team has some extra incentive not to bring the 28-year-old back in 2019-20. Wall is due $37.8 million next season in the first year of his supermax contract, but the insurance policy the Wizards took out for the point guard before signing him would allow the team to recoup 80 percent of his salary.

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  • Wizards' Bradley Beal: Will be offered max extension

    The Wizards plan to offer Beal a three-year, $111 million max extension on Friday, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.

    The Wizards can't officially extend the offer until Friday, when Beal becomes eligible, but GM Tommy Sheppard did not mince words when asked about the team's plans. "At the very first moment allowed, we are going to offer Bradley the full max extension," Sheppard said. The 26-year-old Beal is coming off of the best statistical season of his career, but with the Wizards stuck in a holding pattern as John Wall recovers from a serious Achilles injury, it's unclear whether Beal will be willing to commit to the franchise long-term. The St. Louis native still has two years remaining on his current deal, which pays him just under $56 million through 2020-21. Beal could also become eligible for a super-max extension next summer in the event that he makes an All-NBA team in 2019-20. Given all the factors at play, it's likely Beal will take his time in evaluating the decision, which he has until October 21 to make.

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  • Wizards' Rui Hachimura: Resting Saturday

    Hachimura is resting for Saturday's summer league contest against the Knicks.

    Hachimura will get the day off, and he'll only have the possibility to play again if the Wizards win. The summer league playoff format is single elimination.

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  • Wizards' Troy Brown: Out Saturday

    Brown (knee) is out for Saturday's summer league game against the Knicks.

    Brown is still nursing a left knee bruise. It's possible we've seen the last of him in summer league, as the playoff format is single elimination.

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Team Statistical Rankings

PTS/G OPP PTS/G
Team 114.0
(10th)
116.9
(29th)

Injuries

Player Injury
J. Wall PG John Wall PG Achilles
C. Miles SF C.J. Miles SF Foot

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