Age: 33 Height: 6-8 Weight: 215 lbs School: UCLA
The reason Trevor Ariza decided to leave Phoenix for Washington originally appeared on nbcsportswashington.com Trevor Ariza wasn't looking to leave Phoenix. In an exclusive 1-on-1 interview with Chris Miller, NBC Sports Washington's Wizards insider, Ariza said that he "didn't want to leave" in December. The forward was traded from the Phoenix Suns to the Wizards on Dec. 15.
His market rank based on start percentage among forwards for the rest of week 17 is #2, which is better than his market rank of #6. When compared to other forwards in week 18, Trevor Ariza (48.6 FP), LaMarcus Aldridge (33.6 FP), Rudy Gay (24.4 FP), Kevin Durant (78.4 FP), and Thaddeus Young (51.9 FP)
Tom Haberstroh of NBC Sports reported on Tuesday the Wizards' current priorities are staying the course and getting under the luxury tax, despite John Wall's recent injury setback. Given those objectives, you'd think moving Trevor Ariza would be an obvious move. He is one of the more intriguing
Trevor Ariza has averaged 12.4 points, 5.6 rebounds and 3.7 assists between the Suns and Wizards this year. The Lakers are looking for help in lots of places this year. Los Angeles still has “fondness” for Wizards forward Trevor Ariza, according to a report from ESPN. Washington has not openly made Ariza
PHOENIX — Austin Rivers thinks Phoenix is a lovely place. He just wasn't trying to play for the Suns. “I knew I wouldn't come here,” Rivers said. “I wouldn't come here. They knew that.” When finally settling on a trade in December to send Trevor Ariza to Washington, the Suns got Kelly Oubre