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Takeaways from Washington’s overtime loss to New York

It was definitely a wild one last night in the nation’s capital, the Washington Wizards hosted the New York Knicks. It was a fouled filled game as the officials are making an emphasis on limiting defenses from holding players both on the perimeter and when they’re cutting through the lane. The Knicks outlasted the Wizards 124-121 in a contest in… Read More
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Washington’s struggles continue, lose late to Burke led Knicks

Similar to Friday night, this was also a special night for the Wizards franchise as they honored the 1978 title winning team. It was their 40th anniversary and a very nice program was put on during halftime. Like Friday, Washington again came up short at home. They fell to the New York Knicks 101-97, which means they’ve now lost eight… Read More
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Trey Burke shines as Wizards rout Nets

Trey Burke was the star of the night as Washington defeats Brooklyn 118-95. Finishing the night shooting a blistering 10-12 from the field, Burke seemingly could do no wrong. He opened his night shooting 8-for-8 before missing his first shot. Burke finished with a game-high 27 points (matching his career high), along with two rebounds, assists, and steals each. On a… Read More
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Takeaways From Wizards Loss to Knicks

John Wall’s return was spoiled by a 90-88 loss to the New York Knicks. While rotation guys like Markieff Morris, Trey Burke (foot), and Marcus Thornton (Thumb) were sidelined, Coach Brooks got a look at some other players on the floor. Here are some takeaways from the game: John Wall hasn’t really missed a beat Before the game, Coach Scott Brooks mentioned… Read More