Hoops Rumors "The Wizards used the stretch provision to spread out the cap hit associated with the $2.5MM partial guarantee on Martell Webster‘s salary for next season, reports Zach Lowe of ESPN.com (Twitter link). Webster, who cleared waivers after the team released him last week, will see the $2.5MM in three..." December 07
Real GM Basketball "The Washington Wizards plan on waiving Martell Webster. Webster has one season remaining on his deal with a partial guarantee." November 30
Washington Post "When Martell Webster was informed he had a partially torn labrum in his right hip at the end of September, he was presented two options: Play through the pain or undergo season-ending surgery. For nearly two months, Webster tried to play through the pain. He was given cortisone shots and..." November 18
Washington Post "Martell Webster missed the Washington Wizards’ entire preseason because of a right hip injury and on Wednesday, hours before the team’s season opener against the Orlando Magic, he revealed that he has a partially torn labrum in the hip. Webster returned to practice Tuesday and participated..." October 28
Washington Post "At media day just three weeks ago, Martell Webster gushed optimism about the upcoming season. The Washington Wizards forward was prepared to move on from the 2014-15 campaign, a personal nightmare spawned by his third back surgery in four years. Webster, however, has encountered another major..." October 20
No Martell Webster for the #Wizards tonight but he "could" play on the upcoming road trip, per Wittman.
Washington Post "Two Fridays ago, Martell Webster walked onto the hardwood at Verizon Center for the most grueling portion of his workday. Within a half hour he was bent over, hands on his knees, drenched in sweat and gasping for air. He wasn’t playing in a game, or practicing. Webster was rehabbing. Webster’s..." December 18
Wittman on Webster's health: "He won’t be 100% come Tuesday, but he’ll be able to do some things. He’s progressing really well."
Inside Hoops "The Washington Wizards announced today that forward Martell Webster had successful microdisectomy surgery yesterday to repair a herniated disc in his lower back. He will begin the rehab process immediately and is expected to miss approximately three to five months before resuming basketball..." June 27
Martell Webster (sore back) is a full participate in shootaround, so he should be available when #wizards play Bucks in MIL
Pro Basketball Talk "The Wizards scored 99.9 points per 100 possessions with Martell Webster on the court last season, not a great mark, but certainly better than the 95.2 points per 100 possessions they produced without him. With Webster joining John Wall on the court, Washington’s offensive rating jumped to..." December 16
Martell Webster (ankle) returned to practice. Nene (heel) did not. Bradley Beal (leg) did some work on the court as well #wizards
Washington Post "In pursuit of his favorite spot on the court — in the corner behind the three-point line — Washington Wizards forward Martell Webster stepped on the foot of New Orleans Pelicans forward Al-Farouq Aminu and came up limping in the second quarter of the Wizards’ 93-89 loss on Saturday in Lexington..." October 21
CSN Washington "I wrote about Otto Porter this week stating that based on the information I've gathered since he was drafted at Las Vegas summer league and in the aftermath that the pressure isn't on him to start. In part it's because of Martell Webster who began as a reserve and became a starter 16 games into..." September 18
Martell Webster has reached agreement on a four year deal with Washington, league source tells Y!
Wizards are making a contract offer to their own free agent G-F Martell Webster today, source tells Y! Sports. He is Wiz "No. 1" FA priority
CSN Washington "After the Wizards drafted a pair of versatile players who can play small forward and shooting guard, free agent Martell Webster told CSN Washington that he understand if the team moves on without him. Webster, an eight-year veteran going into free agency that opens July 1, started 62 games for..." June 29
Beal out tonight (ankle)... Price (groin), Webster (abdomen), Ariza (flu), Nene (knee), Collins (flu) all gametime decisions #WizMagic
INJURY UPDATE: Beal (ankle) & Price (groin) out tonight.. Nene (knee), Webster (abdomen), & Ariza (flu) gametime decisions
CSN Washington "Coach Randy Wittman told forward Trevor Ariza to take Monday morning off as the Wizards had a light practice before playing the Memphis Grizzlies, but it didn't help. The Wizards' sixth man will miss his second game in a row because of the flu. He last played vs. the Los Angeles Lakers on..." March 25
Indications are that the Wizards would like to bring FA-to-be Martell Webster back next season, so I asked Webster
Washington Post "When his sixth three-pointer splashed through the net near the end of the third quarter of the Washington Wizards’ 127-105 victory over the Phoenix Suns, Martell Webster skipped back on defense, arms swinging along, carefree, as he rocked side to side. When his seventh three-pointer dropped at..." March 17
Washington Post "Asked to look back Saturday on Deron Williams’s historic shooting display for the Nets against the Wizards the previous night at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center, Coach Randy Wittman caught amnesia. “We didn’t play last night, did we?” Wittman said, cracking a smile. “I must’ve missed..." March 10
Bullets Forever "Martell Webster's perimeter presence has been exactly what the Wizards needed this season. Let's take a look at how Webster is finding the most efficient shots on the floor and knocking them down at an elite level. Spot-Up The biggest weapon in Webster's offensive arsenal is his spot-up..." February 13