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Wizards vs Knicks takeaways

By Cardell Dudley   Washington in their first preseason game against NBA competition pulled out a 104-100 win over the New York Knicks. John Wall was in mid-season form in his first game of the preseason, posting 19 points and 6 assist, both game highs. As with every team in preseason, there were some highs and lows during the game. Washington... Read More
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Wall makes his debut, Wizards top Knicks

Two preseason games, two wins. The Washington Wizards beat the New York Knicks 104-100, Wizards point guard John Wall made his preseason debut. He played 23 minutes in the contest, scoring 19 points and dishing out six assists. The one negative was the six turnovers he had, but it’s called preseason for a reason. His backcourt mate Bradley Beal had... Read More
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A few thoughts from Washington’s preseason opener

The Washington Wizards opened their preseason schedule earlier this evening with a win over the Guangzhou Long-Lions, some of our pregame thoughts can be found here. The Wizards handled their business, beating the Long-Lions 126-96. There’s not a ton to walk away from when an NBA team plays someone outside of their league, not to say some overseas leagues aren’t... Read More
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Looking ahead, depth will be key for Washington

Training Camp wrapped up over the weekend for the Washington Wizards, preseason starts today and the curtains go up on the regular season on October 18th. The 2017-2018 Wizards don’t appear to have made any big changes to their roster, but they are definitely different from the group that fell to Boston in the postseason last year. Let’s take a... Read More
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Couple of youngsters stand out after two preseason games

  Washington is now 1-1 after their first two games on the preseason schedule, winning a double overtime tilt with the Philadelphia 76ers on Thursday. The outcome of the games means little, but there’s much to be taken from the contests. The Wizards have two games next week, Monday in New York against the Knicks and back home on Thursday... Read More
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What was learned from Miami’s win over Washington

Only one night, only one game. The Washington Wizards fell to the Miami Heat in their preseason opener, 106-95. The strong emphasis on the defensive end was not apparent or not received by the entire team for this game. There were a couple of players who played good defense, but it was far from enough. Miami’s Hassan Whiteside had a... Read More
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What to look for as Wizards host Heat

The Washington Wizards start their seven game preseason journey tonight at home. They’ll be taking on the very new looking Miami Heat, both Scott Brooks and Bradley Beal spoke to the media yesterday about tonight’s game. This will be the first time everyone gets to see the “new” Wizards against an opponent, to see how this defensive and offensive system... Read More
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Oubre not the only Wizard with a good showing in Vegas

The Washington Wizards Summer League title hopes fell Saturday night at the hands of the Chicago Bulls. While it’d have been great for them to have won and play for the Vegas Championship, there’s much more important things to take from their time in Sin City. Second year wing Kelly Oubre was named to the Samsung All-NBA Summer League Second... Read More
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Wizards play offseason aggressor for the first time in years

The Wizards of yesteryear are gone. Garrett Temple, Jared Dudley, Nene, Alan Anderson and Ramon Sessions are all out. But in their place comes Andrew Nicholson, Tomas Satoransky, Ian Mahinmi, Jason Smith and Trey Burke. No, that’s not a murderers row of talent by any standpoint, but it’ll do. For Washington, this was supposed to be the summer of Durant.... Read More
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