NBA Wizards 

What Wall’s extension means for the Wizards

After years of heartache and heartbreak, flirting with All-Stars and borderline superstars only to see the relationships go sour, D.C. hoops fans have finally reeled in a viable stud they can build a future with and call their own.   Fresh off the first All-NBA team selection of his career, Washington Wizards point guard John Wall announced (via UNINTERRUPTED) that he would be “coming... Read More
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It’s all about fit for Wizards, Porter

There wasn’t any drama involved with Otto Porter Jr’s press conference yesterday to officially announce him signing his extension to remain in Washington. The former Georgetown Hoya is now the highest paid (4-year, $106 million) player on the Wizards, that should change once John Wall makes his decision to resign with Washington. That being said, like his smooth game and... Read More
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Remember Them Days: John Wall shines during the 2010 NBA Summer League

      All eyes were on the number one overall pick in the 2010 NBA Draft, as the 2010 NBA Summer League began. John Wall, fresh off earning SEC Player of the Year, ALL-SEC First Team and AP NCAA All America First Team honors during his dominant freshman season at the University of Kentucky where he averaged 16.6 points,... Read More
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Is Otto Porter Jr Worth the Max?

The offseason, preferably free agency, is a time when teams do whatever they can to improve the roster. From resigning players to adding on pieces, both teams and players look to revamp and reload for the next season. Then you have situations where you have to decided how much a player is worth in correlation to how they help you... Read More
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Wizards address bench with recent signings

Last season the Washington Wizards were one game away from making it to the Eastern Conference Finals, but Isaiah Thomas and the Boston Celtics didn’t allow that. Throughout that series as well as the NBA season in general, it was times when the Wizards bench was outplayed by their opponents. It’s debatable that if they had a solid bench they... Read More
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Wizards officially introduce Tim Frazier

The Washington Wizards introduced point guard Tim Frazier on Wednesday, a week after trading for the third-year veteran on June 21. Wizards coach Scott Brooks had high praise for Frazier when he addressed reporters after the move, using words like “gritty” and “winner” to describe the former D-League standout. On Wednesday, Frazier’s comments mirrored his new coach’s praise when he... Read More
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Wizards fans react to the 2017 NBA Draft

In Washington, the NBA Draft is rarely an occasion for celebration. Whether it’s choosing Kwame Brown in 2001, or trading picks away–like they did, again, on Wednesday night–Wizards fans have rarely been giddy about the two-round auction of college basketball’s (and Europe’s) top talents. This year’s draft provided DMV hoops fans a rare opportunity to still have a rooting interest... Read More
NBA Podcasts 

The No Name Podcast Episode 36: The Broken League

  I talked with Mike Sykes (@MikeDSykes) and Wilson Tarpeh Jr. (@WillieTSpeaks)about the NBA Draft, the 76ers future, the Celtics, Lonzo, D’Angelo Russell’s fresh start in Brooklyn, the Knicks, and of course some tangnts. Read More
NBA Podcasts 

The No Name Podcast Episode 35: The KD Curse

  Mike Sykes (@MikeDSykes) sat down with me to discus What this championship means for Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry being the greatest teammate of all time, LeBron James unfairly getting killed, Kyrie Irving’s flawed but amazing game, The Finals as a whole, our favorite storylines from the season, should the Cavs trade Kevin Love, some things we are looking forward... Read More
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Golden State wins second title in three years, Durant named Finals MVP

After heartbreak struck a year ago, the Golden State Warriors capture redemption as they win their second NBA Championship in three years, defeating the Cleveland Cavaliers in game five 129-120. In Game 4, the Warriors got punched in the mouth in the first quarter and could never recover. Along with LeBron James and Kyrie Irving’s greatness, Cleveland stirred the “Can... Read More
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