The Wizards open training camp Sept. 29, but most of the 15-man roster already has begun preliminary work at Verizon Center.
What’s been reported for days finally became official Wednesday with the Washington Wizards announcing that they’ve signed forward Al Harrington.
A primary benefit of moving so fast in the off-season for the Wizards is that they have their ducks in a row almost two months before training camp begins.
John Wall's emotions bubbled over Thursday. It wasn't the news conference to announce his $80 million, five-year extension with the Wizards that got to him.