Wizards keeping president Ernie Grunfeld?

Coach Randy Wittman’s future is uncertain because next season — the final year of his three-year contract — is only partially guaranteed, but President Ernie Grunfeld is under contract for next season, according to a league source with knowledge of the situation, which strongly suggests that he will return for his 14th season as the franchise’s general manger. It is not known when owner Ted Leonsis and Grunfeld agreed to the extension.
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Garrett Temple has participated in programs that the National Basketball Players Association puts on that allows players to learn the different facets of broadcasting, coaching and what it takes to be in a front office. “I’ve done all three of those. All three of them have caught my attention, but the coaching and the front office are really something I think I may be interested in,” said Temple, who signed a three-year deal with the Kings last summer.