Aug 23, 2012, 8:45 AM EST
Trevor Ariza will be the starting swingman for the Washington Wizards, but the team is looking at adding some depth there. Apparently.
Free agent small forward Martell Webster worked out for the Wizards at Verizon Center this week, according to two sources with knowledge of the situation. The former No. 6 pick of the NBA draft in 2005, Webster has averaged 8.4 points and shot 37.4 percent from beyond three-point range throughout his career in Portland and Minnesota…
Look for Washington to add one of those guys. Whoever they sign it will be a one-year (any second year likely a team option) for the league minimum. The Wizards have 13 guys locked in on the roster. They also are still about $3 million under the salary cap.
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