John Wall's extension kicks in this coming season. The Wizards' point guard will reportedly make $14.7 million for the 2014-15 campaign.
Before Kevin Seraphin agreed to sign a $3.89 million qualifying offer from the Wizards, he had a minor procedure to clean out his troublesome right knee, CSNwashington.com had confirmed late Wedne
As stated here previously, the Wizards aren't in any rush to fill their 15th and final roster spot because training camp still is almost two full months away.
For the most part and perhaps overwhelmingly so, NBA thinkers and fans in these parts have given the Wizards thumbs up for their offseason maneuvering.
Why is so much depth being accrued by the Wizards going into the 2014-15 season, with contingencies for contingencies?