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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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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 stay hot, Crush Boston to even series at two games a piece

Behind a 26-0 run in the third quarter, after being down as much as 12 points, Washington stormed back to a 121-102 victory over Boston, tying the series at two games a piece. Thanks to a brilliant performance by Washington’s starting five, the Wizards were able to get blitz Boston offensively. From John Wall speeding to the rim for a... Read More
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What Oubre’s suspension means for Wizards in Game 4

There is no surprise that the league come down on Kelly Oubre Jr. for his altercation with Boston’s Kelly Olynyk with a one game suspension. So how should the Wizards adjust with Oubre’s loss for Game 4? While Oubre is not a starter, nor does he log a ton of minutes in these playoffs, he is a huge part of... Read More
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Tempers Flare as Wizards Rout Celtics in Game 3

The hate both teams have for each other was put on display as Washington routs Boston in game three 116-89. Washington had their moments in the first two games of this series that could have turned the whole narrative. Being up 16-0 in Game 1, before ultimately being outscored the rest of the game 99–73 is one thing. Being up by 14... Read More
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Historic Duel Between Thomas and Wall Results in Boston taking Game 2

On what would have been his sisters 23rd birthday, Isaiah Thomas put on one of the most historicity dominant performances in NBA history. Finishing with 53 points, he led the Celtics to an 129-119 overtime victory over the Wizards.  To only talk about Thomas’ performance would not do his performance justice. So here is every basket Thomas scored on this... Read More
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Wiz stay hot, crush Cavs on the road

Washington rolled into Cleveland and took down the Cavaliers 127-115 behind 37 points and 11 assist from John Wall. The Wizards were coming off a convincing win over Brooklyn the night before and showed no fatigue against “The King” and company in Cleveland. From opening tip, Washington pushed the pedal to the floor. Wall hit his first eight shots before missing... Read More
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Wizards start fast, fall to reigning champs

The Wizards welcomed the defending champs into The Verizon Center last night, but they were lacking their starting shooting guard Bradley Beal due to a hamstring injury he suffered Wednesday night. Otto Porter was coming off a career high 30 point game, but couldn’t replicate his performance against the Cavs. Cleveland was able to hold him to just 11 points.... Read More
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Brooks and company bring a welcome “energy” to practice

The media was only able to watch the last 15 minutes of practice on the first day of the Washington Wizards Summer League Mini-Camp. Still, it was quite evident that Scott Brooks and staff were able to leave an impression on the gym full of youngsters. Not all coaches are able to reach young players, yet alone develop them. Brooks... Read More

Brooks won’t bring the Wizards Kevin Durant and that’s OK

When the Washington Wizards announced the hiring of Scott Brooks to be the new head coach, many thought this was simply to increase the chances of signing Kevin Durant in the offseason. While that is certainly something the Wizards will use in the pitch for Durant, it won’t land them the coveted 6’8” superstar, but that’s okay. Washington has a... Read More
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