Another former Wizards player is attempting a comeback to the NBA following an absence of several years.
Like Emeka Okafor and Kwame Brown, Martell Webster is exploring the possibility of a return. Webster, in fact, has gone a step further by working out for the New Orleans Pelicans. Webster visited the Pelicans over the weekend as they explore their options following Solomon Hill's injury. ESPN first reported their interest.
Webster, 30, has been out of the game for two years. He was waived by the Wizards following the 2014-15 season and after he battled through surgeries to his back and hip.
Webster played three seasons in Washington with his best year in 2012-13 when he averaged 11.7 points and shot 42.2 percent from three. The Wizards cut ties on Nov. 30, 2015 by using a stretch provision. They still owe Webster about $830,000 per year through the 2018-19 season.
If healthy, Webster could provide a three-point threat for the Pelicans or another team in search if one. He holds a solid 38.2 career percentage from long range.
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