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Eastern Southeast Standings

Team W-L L10 STRK
53-29 6-4 L1
43-39 7-3 W1
43-39 6-4 W3
35-47 5-5 L3
22-60 3-7 W1

Top Wizards News

  • Wizards' Makur Maker: Signs with Wizards

    Maker signed an Exhibit 10 Contract with the Wizards on Wednesday, Sam Amico of hoopswire.com reports.

    Maker has recently played for the Bulls in Summer League and also won a title with the Sydney Kings in Australia's NBL. The former five-star recruit has not lived up to his lofty expectations as of yet, but at 21 years old, he still has a chance to make an impact in the NBA.

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  • Wizards' Cassius Winston: Heading to Germany

    Winston has signed with Bayern Munich for the upcoming season, Keith Smith of Spotrac.com reports.

    After appearing in 29 total games for the Wizards over the past two years, Winston is now slated to play for Bayern Munich. The Michigan State product will attempt to carve out a starting role with his new team during the 2022-23 season.

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  • Wizards' Johnny Davis: Scores 11 points in 24 minutes

    Davis finished Sunday's Las Vegas Summer League game against the Suns with 11 points (4-11 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 2-2 FT), four rebounds, an assist and a steal.

    After a rough debut Saturday night against Detroit (six points, 1-11 FG), Davis was able to bounce back with a more encouraging effort in what turned into a blowout win for Washington. Davis has plenty of upside as a scorer, rebounder and defender, but he'll likely be a fringe target in most fantasy leagues to begin the year. However, Davis should have a chance to earn a sizable role in Washington, so he could emerge as a decent points/rebounds/steals target if he's able to avoid some of the usual rookie-guard pitfalls.

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  • Wizards' Johnny Davis: Struggles in Summer League debut

    Davis finished with six points (1-9 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 4-4 FT), five rebounds and two assists in 29 minutes during Saturday's 105-99 Las Vegas Summer League loss to the Pistons.

    Davis was selected with the No. 10 overall pick in last month's draft, and he's expected to compete for the starting point guard spot with Monte Morris. Saturday marked Davis' first action as a professional. He struggled shooting the ball and committed five fouls. On a positive note, the rookie made his way to the free-throw line for four attempts and kept his turnovers (two) low. The Wisconsin product will aim to improve in the Wizards' next exhibition, which is Sunday against the Suns.

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  • Wizards' Taj Gibson: Will sign with Washington

    Gibson is expected to sign with the Wizards after he clears waivers Sunday, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports.

    Gibson was let go by New York on Friday. The veteran appeared in 159 games (63 starts) for the Knicks over the past three seasons, with averages of 5.3 points and 4.7 rebounds in 18.3 minutes per game. The 37-year-old center could see semi-regular minutes for Washington.

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  • Wizards' Delon Wright: Signs deal with Washington

    Wright and the Wizards agreed to a two-year, $16 million contract Thursday, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.

    After one season with Atlanta, Wright will join the Wizards' backcourt where he figures to play a key role off the bench. In his lone season with the Hawks, the guard averaged 4.4 points, 2.9 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 1.2 steals in 18.9 minutes of action. Expect the 30-year-old veteran to see minutes behind Johnny Davis, Monte Morris and Bradley Beal.

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  • Wizards' Anthony Gill: Inks two-year deal with Wizards

    Gill and the Wizards agreed to a two-year contract Thursday, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.

    Gill has seen spot minutes for the Wizards over the past two seasons and averaged 4.1 points and 1.9 rebounds in 10.5 minutes last season. He'll presumably continue seeing limited action.

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  • Wizards' Bradley Beal: Agrees to five-year max with Wiz

    Beal (wrist) and the Wizards came to terms Thursday on a five-year, $251 million max contract, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.

    As had been widely speculated in recent weeks, Beal will accept the five-year max from Washington and remain with the Wizards -- at least for the time being. The star guard has never asked for a trade out of Washington, but he's one of a handful of players the rest of the league will continue to monitor. Assuming he sticks in Washington next season, Beal will look to bounce back from a disappointing 2021-22 campaign that was ultimately cut short (40 games played) by left wrist surgery in February. Prior to the procedure, Beal averaged only 23.2 points per game on 45.1 percent shooting -- this after he posted a career-best 31.3 points per game on 48.5 percent shooting in 2020-21.

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Team Statistical Rankings

PTS/G OPP PTS/G
Team 108.6
(22nd)
112.0
(16th)

Injuries

Player Injury
B. Beal SG Bradley Beal SG Wrist

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