We start previewing the Wizards’ season based on what we think Kyle Kuzma will provide. We’re going to preview the 2022-23 Washington Wizards season by tackling topics in a new debate format and we’re going to kick things off by debating perhaps the Wizards’ most engaging and charismatic player, Kyle Kuzma.
The Lativian added he wants to make some noise this year with the Washington Wizards. Quite a few eyebrows were raised when the Dallas Mavericks traded Kristaps Porzingis to the Wizards, and the Lativian is looking forward to his stint with the side in the upcoming season, especially playing with Bradley Beal and Kyle Kuzma.
The Washington Wizards are retooled and ready to hunt for the playoffs yet again. However, Deni Avdija, one of their key young players, may need some more time to ready himself for the 2022-23 NBA season.
The Washington Wizards hosted their 2022 Media Day on Friday and FortyEightMinutes was in Washington D.C. to report on the team. Here are some highlights: Kyle Kuzma Welcomes Monte Morris To The Wizards Morris, who grew up with Kuzma in Flint, Michigan, was traded to the Wizards this offseason.
Former Los Angeles Lakers player Kyle Kuzma recently got brutally honest on his mindset after he left the team ahead of the 2021-2022 season. Washington Wizards reporter Chase Hughes shared the following report on Kuzma.
The Wizards signed guard Delon Wright to a two-year, $16 million contract, which is likely to be money well spent. Over his seven NBA seasons, Wright has established himself as a solid player in the “about average” range.
Who should pack up and move, and what would an NBA team in Baltimore mean for the Wizards? Baltimore’s history with professional sports can best be described as “tumultuous.” The now-Washington Wizards, formerly known as the Baltimore Bullets, left their original city in 1973.
Kyle Kuzma of the Washington Wizards has experienced many ups and down during his time in the NBA. He won his first ring after just a couple of seasons in the league when he and his Los Angeles Lakers took down the Miami Heat in the 2020 Finals.
The Wizards are signing shooting guard Jordan Goodwin to an Exhibit 10 training camp contract, per Michael Scotto of HoopsHype. Goodwin, 23, is 6-foot-3 and spent time last season with the Capital City Go-Go, the Wizards’ affiliate in the G League.
New Wizards swingman Will Barton was shocked when he got traded to the team this offseason, he told Mike Singer of the Denver Post. The Nuggets dealt Barton and Monte Morris to Washington in exchange for Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and Ish Smith last month.