We’re just a month away from the start of NBA training camp, but that doesn’t mean the players haven’t been perfecting their craft throughout the summer.
As crazy as it sounds, there’s no reason for the Washington Wizards, a franchise which was just hoping to make their first playoff appearance in five years at this time last year, to aim any lower this coming season.
Blair’s floater is money — it helped him not only make nearly 60 percent of his attempts inside eight feet, with high-arching shots over taller rim protectors, but also qualify in the top 100 for points per play in the pick-and-roll at 0.96 (198 plays).
The Wizards have a new D-League affiliate in the Fort Wayne (Ind.) Mad Ants, CSNwashington.com has confirmed through a person with knowledge of the situation at the league office Friday.