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Washington Wizards 2017-18 Season Preview

This upcoming season feels like it carries more weight than usual when you look at the landscape of the NBA. With the top Eastern Conference (after Cleveland and Boston) up for grabs, this could be a defining season for John Wall and the Wizards. After inking a $207 million dollar extension, Wall is unequivocally Washington’s point guard of the future... Read More
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The “John Wall Family Foundation” continues to serve hope

Hope. Dictionary.com defines hope as “the feeling that what is wanted can be had or that events will turn out for the best; a person or thing in which expectations are centered.” On August 18, 2017 John Wall and his “John Wall Family Foundation” provided the D.C. community with a glimpse of hope.  When most celebrities and athletes visit Washington... Read More
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5 Winners and Losers of Free agency

This has been one of the most active free agencies in NBA history. We saw star players change addresses and some teams stay surprisingly inactive this summer. Here are the five winners and losers of this years free agency.   Winners Honorable Mention: Philadelphia 76ers When your team seemingly makes all the right moves in free agency, after having a... Read More
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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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