The Wizards will have at least two players in training camp who played for them at Las Vegas summer league after bringing in a 6-10 center Tuesday.
The son of a Hall of Famer appears he's likely to work out for the Wizards, who already have signed three perimeter players to the training camp roster.
Bradley Beal has more help on the perimeter which should allow him to flourish in a thin field of shooting guards and be selected to the All-Star game for the first time.
We know why the Wizards signed veteran forward Paul Pierce. Nets GM Billy King finally explained why his organization allowed the future Hall of Fame forward to move on.
Rasual Butler played for the Pacers last season, and his addition to the Wizards' training camp roster makes it clear that they're looking for shooters.