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Wall’s defense sparks rally, Beal gets hot late as Wizards top Bulls

The Washington Wizards had a big opportunity before them on New Years Eve. After turning in a great performance against the Houston Rockets on Friday night, they hosted the Chicago Bulls. On the surface, Chicago may not seem like a test for a team like the Wizards, but the Bulls have been one of the hottest teams in the league… Read More
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Washington turned in one of their better performances in rout of Houston

Inconsistency is the theme for this year’s Washington Wizards. A couple of nights after their loss to the 9-25 Atlanta Hawks, the Wizards hosted the Houston Rockets on Friday night. Everyone was wondering which Wizards team would show up, the one that beat the Celtics in Boston or the one that lost to the lowly Atlanta Hawks. It was the… Read More
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Washington Wizards vs LA Clippers preview

By Cardell Dudley   How to view/listen :  Saturday, December 9 at 3:30 p.m. ET Staples Center in Los Angeles, California TV: NBC Sports Washington / Radio: 1500 AM Injuries:  Wizards: John Wall (Out, Knee), Sheldon Mac (Out, Achilles) Clippers: Blake Griffin (Out, Knee), Milos Teodosic (Out, Foot), Patrick Beverley(Out, Knee)   Keep an eye on Brad Beals scoring excellence. Since the Wizards ugly loss to the Jazz, Beal has… Read More
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Satoransky has career night in win over Pistons

The Washington Wizards got back into the win column by beating the Detroit Pistons last night, 109-91. They used a 17-0 run in the third quarter to create separation. Outscoring the Pistons 35-15 in the period, they did it by playing defense and just flat out playing hard. Detroit Head Coach Stan Van Gundy said the Wizards “played harder” than… Read More
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Washington squanders 17 point lead in fourth, Blazers win 108-105

The much anticipated matchup between the Washington Wizards and Portland Trailblazers backcourts took a bit of a hit ahead of their first matchup for the season. Washington’s John Wall underwent an MRI exam yesterday after experiencing left knee discomfort and inflammation due to knee-to-knee contact in the team’s game on Nov. 7 vs. Dallas.  He is expected to miss approximately two weeks according to… Read More
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Wall leads defensive charge in rout of Lakers

Defense has been the topic in the Nation’s Capital for easily the last week or so, especially over the last three games. The Washington Wizards hosted the Los Angeles Lakers on Thursday night at Capital One Arena. There were a few of big time blocks by John Wall (3 blocks), multiple deflections that led to the Wizards out running in… Read More
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James scores 57 to lead Cleveland past Washington

It sounded as if the Washington Wizards had learned their lesson after Wednesday’s 22-point collapse against the Phoenix Suns. The talk after the game was centered around what’s become their achilles heel on this young season, defense. In that game, Washington surrendered 106 points in three quarters to the visiting Suns. With a struggling Cleveland team in town, it seemed… Read More
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Wizards lose Mac in win over Cleveland

There’s always excitement when Cleveland comes to town, but it was short lived for the fans that packed the Capital One Arena on Sunday afternoon. The Cavaliers sat nine of their top 10 players including LeBron James, Dwayne Wade, and Isaiah Thomas. Washington’s own starters didn’t play as much, only one of them hitting the 10 minute mark in Marcin… 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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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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