Who is number 3 on the Washington Wizards?

June 29, 2019 Off By idswater

Who is number 3 on the Washington Wizards?

Bradley Beal

Bradley Beal #3 SG 207 lbs
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope #1 SG 204 lbs
Spencer Dinwiddie #26 PG 215 lbs
Jordan Goodwin #7 PG 200 lbs

Who were Washington’s big three?

The Washington Wizards of the past two seasons crumbled when a member of the Big Three (Antawn Jamison, Caron Butler, and Gilbert Arenas) was injured.

Who is the best Washington wizard of all time?

Wes Unseld
1. Wes Unseld. His overall numbers were not as impressive as Elvin Hayes and his scoring marks pale in comparison to Walt Bellamy, Gus Johnson, Earl Monroe and many others in Wizards history, Wes Unseld is undoubtedly the best player in franchise history.

What is the Wizards roster right now?


No. Player Wt
13 Thomas Bryant 248
21 Daniel Gafford 234
16 Anthony Gill 230
8 Rui Hachimura 230

Who wears number 0 on the Wizards?

0 with Wizards. Former Washington Wizards star Gilbert Arenas gave his blessing for Russell Westbrook to resurrect the No. 0 jersey following his trade to the organization this week.

What NBA players chew straws?

Caron Butler
Caron Butler chews/chewed on over 60 straws per day. Someone is going to have to ask him if he’s still doing this, but it was a real issue for Butler and the NBA to the point where the NBA actually banned his straw chewing in 2010.

What does Caron Butler do now?

Butler most recently worked as a member of the media, including as a color commentator for NBC Sports Washington. Now, he will become an assistant for head coach Erik Spoelstra and under team president Pat Riley, whom Butler played for when Riley was coaching the Heat in the early 2000s.

Does Russell Westbrook play for Washington?

Westbrook played one season in Washington after coming over in a trade with the Rockets last December. He helped lead the Wizards to their first playoff appearance in three years. But Westbrook is now off to another team yet again, this time to join up with LeBron James and Anthony Davis on the Lakers.