NBA Sports 

Loyalty in Sports is Not Always a Two Way Street

If a player decides to leave a franchise, regardless of service time or method of leaving (request a trade or free agency), they are often times labeled as selfish, ungrateful and disloyal. If a franchise decides to cut ties with a player, despite service time or what that player has contributed over the course of the relationship, it is viewed… Read More
NBA Wizards 

Portis, Parker impress as Wizards beat Cavaliers

The Washington Wizards made a couple of moves prior to the trade deadline that changed the makeup of their team a bit. Obviously the news about John Wall rupturing his achilles played a role into Washington moving one of their “core” pieces in Otto Porter Jr. Markieff Morris was also traded prior to the deadline this week as well.   Last… Read More
NBA Wizards 

Washington Wizards vs Cleveland Cavaliers Preview

Wizards 22-32 vs Cavs 11-43 When: Friday, February 8th, at 7 p.m. Where: Capital One Arena in Washington D.C. TV: NBCSWA, FSO / Radio: 1500 AM, WTAM 1100/ 100.7 WMMS/ 87.7 FM (ESP) Injury Wizards: Dwight Howard (Day to Day/ Back), John Wall (Out for the season/ Haglund’s deformity and chronic Achilles tendon injury), Cavs: Cedi Osman (Out/ Ankle), Tristan Thompson (Out/… Read More
NBA Wizards 

Wizards move Porter, Morris in two separate deals

As the trade deadline approaches, the Washington Wizards were quite busy last night. With news of the Wall injury (ruptured achilles) coming out recently, it’s not surprising that their former stance of keeping their core three (Wall, Beal, Porter)has evidently changed. Prior to the start of last night’s loss to Milwaukee, the team let Otto know he wouldn’t be playing… Read More