Garrett Temple has the size and length to play a lot of different positions, but the Wizards are hoping he develops in other areas to fortify the backcourt depth.
When he was in high school, Bradley Beal was named the Gatorade National Boys Player of the Year, and a surprise guest showed up to share the news. Beal gave CSN special access at home in St. Louis for a 30-minute special, "The Real Beal," airing Monday at 6:30.
After making their first round of cuts, the picture for the 15th roster spot got a little more clear for the Wizards before their preseason opener Monday.
It was a given that John Wall had to do more to compensate for the loss of veterans in free agency, but what he's doing now has surprised even coach Randy Wittman a little.