Trevor Ariza


It's only two games into the preseason, but Friday's loss highlights how important it is to not go overboard when it comes to Otto Porter, a third year small forward who is projected to be the Wiz


Training camp hadn't even began, and when Martell Webster reported to Verizon Center for Media Day last Monday he was surprised at what he'd seen. It was John Wall who already was there.


TOWSON, Md. -- Ideally, Otto Porter earns the starting job at small forward for the Wizards, who'll pick up their fourth day of training camp Friday at Verizon Center.


At this time next year, the Wizards will look significantly different when the roster overhauls because of expiring contracts and team options on other players.


The Wizards and Bradley Beal don't appear to be any closer to reaching terms on an extension -- the window is open until the start of the 2015-16 regular season -- with both sides downplaying to C