Sometimes all you need is a little home cooking. The Wizards must love the way it tastes after tying the series vs. Toronto 2-2 after going down 2-0. After an impressive home victory this past Friday, the home team followed that up with a gritty 106-98 victory to make things interesting for game 5 in […]
ESPN is reporting that Washington Wizards All-Star guard John Wall will undergo a knee procedure and will miss 6-8 weeks. The procedure is considered a “cleanup” and not serious. Wall will not play in next month’s All-Star Game. Wall is averaging 19.4 points and 9.3 assists this season The Wizards record stands at 27-22 and […]
The 2017-2018 NBA season kicks off Wednesday night for the Washington Wizards with high expectations. After a gruesome injury to a key member of the Boston Celtics, many believe that as unfortunate as that is, it may benefit the Wizards chances to earn their first trip to the Eastern Conference finals since the 1979. Many […]
Paul Pierce missed taking last nights Game 6 into overtime by 1/10 of a second. After the game he had this to say: “Truthfully, what was going through my mind is, I don’t have too much of these efforts left, if any. These rides throughout the NBA season, throughout the playoffs, are very emotional. They […]
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
Ok, it shouldn’t be a big deal when a young millionaire does something for someone. Former Georgetown star and Wizard rookie, lived up to his comment from before last years draft. When asked what he brought to the NBA, his response was simple, he said he brought character. Huffington Post says it was not a […]
Congrats to Georgetown player Otto Porter Jr. He was selected third in the first round by the Wizards. The Washington Post says that Porter was seen as an obvious fit for the Wizards, and not simply because he played his college basketball home games on the Wizards’ court.