Summer League Central

Saunders: "We Had A Great Week"

On Saturday, Flip Saunders talked to the media following the Wizards' Summer League finale. Saunders discussed the play of Summer League MVP, John Wall, as well as the play of JaVale McGee.

Wizards Fall In Overtime

Cartier Martin led the Wizards with 24 points, but it was not enough as the Wizards fell in overtime to the Knicks, 109-107. Kevin Palmer finished with 21 points and Lester Hudson added 19 points and nine assists. The Wizards finished Summer League with a 4-1 record. More: Game Day Blog | Game Info | Photos | Summer League Central

Wizards Win At The Buzzer

Lester Hudson hit a game-winning jumper at the buzzer to give the Wizards a 90-89 win over the Hornets. John Wall scored 18 of his game-high 31 points in the third quarter and JaVale McGee added 29. More: Blog: What A Game | Photos | Box Score Postgame Interviews: John Wall | JaVale McGee | Lester Hudson | Flip Saunders | Sam Cassell

Wizards Move to 3-0

Led by John Wall, who recorded his second straight double-double by tallying 21 points and 10 assists, the Wizards move to 3-0 in Summer League with a 88-82 win over Dallas. Cartier Martin finished with a team-high 23 points. More: Game Day Blog | Box Score | Photos Postgame Interviews: JaVale McGee | Cartier Martin | Lester Hudson Thursday Morning Practice: Thursday Practice Highlights | Coaches on Hudson | Cassell and Saunders Interviews | Practice Photos

Wizards Win Big Over Clippers

John Wall finished with a double-double scoring 18 points and dishing out 10 assists as the Washington Wizards moved to 2-0 in Summer League play, beating the Los Angeles Clippers 89-64 on Monday. Nick Young also scored 18 points and JaVale McGee finished with 10 points and 12 rebounds. More: Game Day Blog | Game Info | Photo Gallery

Wizards Win Summer League Opener

John Wall led the Wizards with 24 points and eight assists as Washington won their Summer League opener, 84-79 over the Warriors. JaVale McGee added 21 points and 13 rebounds in the win. The Wizards will play Monday night against the L.A. Clippers at 10:00pm. More: Game Day Blog | Box Score | Photo Gallery

Wizards Mini-Camp Day Two

The Wizards conducted their second mini-camp session on Friday prior to the 2010 NBA Summer League, which will feature John Wall's Wizards debut at 8pm ET (TV: CSN) on Sunday.
More: Day 2 Photo Gallery | Day 2 Interviews: McGee, Ndiaye, Saunders | Blog Recap

Mini-Camp Day One Recap

On Thursday evening, the Washington Wizards held their first mini-camp practice at the Verizon Center practice court prior to the 2010 NBA Summer League. More: Video Highlights | Photo Gallery | Saunders, Ndiaye, Hayes Interviews | Grunfeld Talks about Summer League

Wizards Announce Mini-Camp Invites

On Wednesday, the Washington Wizards announced their mini-camp invites for the 2010 NBA Summer League. Among the invites were 2010 draft picks, John Wall, Hamady Ndiaye, and Trevor Booker. Current Wizard JaVale McGee, and Cartier Martin who played in eight games for the Wizards last year, were also invited. More: Comcast SportsNet to Televise John Wall's Wizards Debut

Wizards to Participate in Summer League

The National Basketball Association released the schedule for the 2010 NBA Summer League. Games will be played at the Thomas & Mack Center and the COX Pavilion on the campus of the University of Nevada Las Vegas and will feature 22 NBA teams competing over 10 days from July 9-18.


Opponent Result Box Score Video
Golden State W 84-79 Box Score Watch Highlights
LA Clippers W 89-64 Box Score Watch Highlights
Dallas W 88-82 Box Score Watch Highlights
New Orleans W 90-89 Box Score Watch Highlights
New York L 109-107 Box Score Watch Highlights


# Player Ht. Wt. School/Hometown
35 Trevor Booker 6-7 240 Clemson
19 Corsely Edwards 6-9 275 Dakota Wizards
32 Lester Hudson 6-3 190 Tennessee-Martin
20 Cartier Martin 6-7 220 Kansas State
34 JaVale McGee 7-0 252 Nevada
30 Raymar Morgan 6-8 230 Michigan State
55 Hamady Ndiaye 6-11 235 Rutgers
8 Kevin Palmer 6-6 205 Texas A&M-CC
33 Aaron Pettway 6-10 240 Oklahoma State
44 JP Prince 6-7 205 Tennessee
12 Jerome Randle 5-10 172 California
2 John Wall 6-4 195 Kentucky