The 90-minute drive from Washington to Towson's SECU Arena was a trip down memory lane for several members of the Washington Wizards.
As the NBA franchise opened training camp Tuesday at the university's two-year-old basketball home in Baltimore County, players and even coach Randy Wittman reminisced about those halcyon days when they only had to worry about classes and basketball.
"It brings back memories of my first practice in college," said guard Garrett Temple, who is six years removed from his playing days at LSU. "I was anxious, nervous after not being highly touted."
For forward Kris Humphries, returning to a campus reminded him of a certain...