Playoffs

In eight minutes, the Washington Wizards went from jubilation to devastation, from believing they could upset the top seed in the Eastern Conference to grappling with the harsh realization that a season of incredible growth and promise was somehow coming to an end. See Video

  Game 6 of the Eastern Conference semifinal series between the Wizards and Indiana Pacers — a logistical nightmare last week because of a certain pop diva’s concert commitment at Verizon Center and a mirage for a reeling team earlier this week — has arrived. Read More

There will be a game 6 this Thursday night at the Verizon Center.  The Wizards crushed the Pacers with at strong inside game from Marcin Gortat.  The final score was 102-79.  Check the full game stats at NBA.com  

  The Washington Wizards had been a steady, confident bunch for most of this postseason, but in losing a 19-point lead Sunday night in a muddy puddle of terrible shots, nervous passes and shoddy defense, they went from feeling shocked to unsure to ultimately dejected.  Read More

  John Wall spent most of the flight home from Indiana late Wednesday night wrestling with regret. Read More

The Washington Wizards lose for the first time on the road in the playoffs as Roy Hibbert scored 28 points to lead the Indiana Pacers to an win 86-82 on Wednesday. The series is now tied 1-1 heading back to Washington for Friday’s Game 3. Read More

Game two goes to…..the Pacers.   The road team is generally looking to win one, so,  job accomplished.  The series is now tied at a game each.   Next game this Friday night at the Verizon Center.  Game recap courtesy of NBA.com  

As soon as the Wizards-Pacers second-round playoff schedule was released, some people noticed a potential issue. Read More

Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling is battling cancer, sources have confirmed to ESPN.com. See Video

Playoff appearances were rare enough for the Washington Wizards let alone series victories. Never mind all that now. See Video

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Former ESPN radio hosts, Doug and Ryan of the Two Live Stews give us their unique angles on the NBA playoffs and of course Donald…

When Trevor Ariza threw down a two-handed jam and it was clear the Washington Wizards were going to defeat the Chicago Bulls to take a commanding three-games-to-one lead in their best-of-seven, first-round series, pandemonium ensued at Verizon Center on Sunday afternoon.  Read More