Adam McGinnis, John Converse Townsend and Kyle Weidie each attended portions of Wizards training camp, within the allotted half-hour media time at the end. Sometimes the Wizards scrimmaged, sometimes they didn’t. It was just a brief window in the to-be-revealed big picture. But players showed how they carried themselves as they prepare for a new season. Some of them spoke with the media afterward, Flip Saunders always did. Three questions, three answers… Wizards Training Camp 3-on-3.
1) Which Wizard stood out most?
MCGINNIS: I know that I will regret this once he falls for the first head fake, but JaVale McGee really has stood out to me. It’s clear he has worked to incorporate silky smooth hook shots and improve upon other parts of his low post game this summer. Flip Saunders has emphasized that he is slowing down out on the court and becoming an all-around better player with improved passing. McGee is playing like a man in a contract year looking for a big pay day, but the Wizards could be reaping the rewards this season.