12:19 AM EDT, Tue September 23, 2014
Bullets Forever 10 hours ago

Kris Humphries must protect the basket on the second unit

Kris Humphries has been lumped into the big man archetype of being unable to protect the rim while being just so-so offensively. Will he be able to expand his abilities in Washington and anchor the second unit? This is our seventh Summer Checklist piece where we break down an area of weakness each player on the roster can improve. Previously: Bradley Beal | John Wall | Marcin Gortat | Nene | Otto Porter | Paul Pierce. The Wizards entered last season with a big man rotation of Trevor Booker, Jan Vesely, Kevin Seraphin and Al Harrington. Two of those players are washed out of the league...
Bullets Forever Sep 19, 2014

Will Paul Pierce adapt to Washington's corner-centric offense?

The corners have never been a significant source of offense for Paul Pierce. Will that change playing alongside John Wall this season, or will he buck the trend of elite corner three-point shooters in Washington? This is our fifth Summer Checklist piece where we break down an area of weakness each player on the roster can improve. Previously: Bradley Beal | John Wall | Marcin Gortat | Nene | Otto Porter. By far the most interesting subplot heading into the season for Washington is their outlook on offense as Paul Pierce and Otto Porter take over on the wings. The Wizards just lost their...
Bullets Forever Sep 18, 2014
Otto Porter's aggression can't have an on/off switch

Otto Porter's aggression can't have an on/off switch

The Wizards' second-year forward is being counted on for big minutes this year. To make the most of them, he has to be ready to attack at all times. This is our fifth Summer Checklist piece where we break down an area of weakness each player on the roster can improve. Previously: Bradley Beal | John Wall | Marcin Gortat | Nene. Everything that could have gone wrong for Otto Porter last year went wrong. From a lackluster summer league performance shortened by a hamstring injury to missing training camp and the beginning of the regular season with a right hip flexor injury, the Georgetown...
Bullets Forever Sep 16, 2014

Is it possible for Marcin Gortat's encore to be even better?

The Wizards are surely hoping Marcin Gortat duplicates the year he had last year. Is there a world, though, where he could be even better? This is our third Summer Checklist piece where we break down an area of weakness each player on the roster can improve. Previously: Bradley Beal | John Wall. Marcin Gortat was tremendous last season to the point where it's scary to imagine a world with him injured. Nobody -- not John Wall, not Nene, not Trevor Ariza, not Bradley Beal -- had a higher adjusted plus minus on the Wizards (+5.3 on, -6.6 off) last season. Without him, the Wizards don't make...
CSN Washington Sep 9, 2014

SE Division preview: Gortat isn't a top-3 center in the division?

There is no doubt which is the deepest position within the Southeast division. Ranking the top centers, including Marcin Gortat, now that's up for debate.
CSN Washington Aug 25, 2014

Marcin "Polish Machine" Gortat creates the Ice Bucket Machine

Marcin Gortat, a.k.a. The Polish Machine, creates the Ice Bucket Machine as part of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
CSN Washington Aug 23, 2014

Must see: Marcin Gortat driving Usain Bolt in a humvee

The latest random Marcin Gortat sighting involves the Wizards center in Poland driving Usain Bolt in a humvee.

Marcin Gortat Photos

Wizards Player News

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    Paul Pierce

    Nets GM offers three reasons why they let Paul Pierce exit

  • John Wall

    Will Paul Pierce adapt to Washington's corner-centric offense?

  • Marcin Gortat

    Otto Porter's aggression can't have an on/off switch

  • Kris Humphries

    Kris Humphries must protect the basket on the second unit

  • DeJuan Blair

    Guess which new free agent was 1st to show up for Wizards?

  • Bradley Beal

    Randy Wittman sees the positives in John Wall and Bradley Beal being cut from Team USA

  • Martell Webster

    Martell Webster briefs policy makers on back pain/recovery

  • Glen Rice Jr.