With the Wizards looking toward 2015-16, they'll have to address core roster issues while moving forward.
For Kris Humphries to retain his minutes in the future with the Wizards, he realizes where he has to expand his game in the same way Drew Gooden re-invented himself by becoming a three-point shoot
Nene had three words about the possibility of being shifted to center next season, which could mean a role behind Marcin Gortat rather than being the starting power forward for the Wizards: "I hop
Exit interviews, when players meet individually with the coaching staff and management, take place today for the Wizards at Verizon Center.
Barring a major roster overhaul that creates room for Kevin Seraphin and a bump in salary, his time with the Wizards, who acquired him in a trade five years ago on draft night, will end.