Wizards Notes: Tolliver, Singleton, Blatche

The Wizards are looking to round out their roster with low-cost options and Michael Lee of The Washington Post has the latest on the club's top targets..

  • While it's probably a longshot, the Wizards are one of a handful of teams who have expressed interest in Josh Childress, a source told Lee (via Twitter).
  • Washington continues to pursue forward Anthony Tolliver but the Wizards so far have only offered him a minimum contract.  Tolliver's agent Larry Fox confirmed that the interest is mutual but says that his client isn't β€œin the minimum game.”  The Pacers, Bobcats, and Timberwolves are also said to be in talks with the 27-year-old.  Fox is certain that Tolliver will get more than that minimum and says that he is in no rush to sign.
  • James Singleton shot down the Wizards' offer of a one-year, minimum contract and now says that he is considering four offers from China.  No matter where he signs, the forward plans to make it a two-year deal.  While Singleton, 31, enjoyed his time in Washington, he says that he expected a more lucrative offer out of the club.
  • The Spurs and Heat have both reportedly expressed exploratory interest in former Wizard Andray Blatche but neither club has made a serious pitch to sign him, according to a source with knowledge of the situation.

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