NBA Wizards 

Wizards fans react to the 2017 NBA Draft

In Washington, the NBA Draft is rarely an occasion for celebration. Whether it’s choosing Kwame Brown in 2001, or trading picks away–like they did, again, on Wednesday night–Wizards fans have rarely been giddy about the two-round auction of college basketball’s (and Europe’s) top talents. This year’s draft provided DMV hoops fans a rare opportunity to still have a rooting interest... Read More
NBA Podcasts 

The No Name Podcast Episode 35: The KD Curse

  Mike Sykes (@MikeDSykes) sat down with me to discus What this championship means for Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry being the greatest teammate of all time, LeBron James unfairly getting killed, Kyrie Irving’s flawed but amazing game, The Finals as a whole, our favorite storylines from the season, should the Cavs trade Kevin Love, some things we are looking forward... Read More
NBA Wizards 

John Wall named to All-NBA Third Team

Here are all three All-NBA teams: John Wall had a career year this season. Finishing the season averaging 27.2 points, 10.3 assists, and 3.7 rebounds, and 1.4 steals a game. He was the only guard in the Eastern Conference to average a double-double. Finishing second in assists in the league and was one of only three guards to average a more... Read More
NBA Podcasts 

No Name Podcast: The Philly Takeover

  I sat down with Mike Sykes to talk about the NBA draft lottery results, Trusting the process, Hinkie love, Ben Simmons, LaVar Ball, bad GM’s, James Harden, the Wizards, John Wall, playoff results, defending Isiah Thomas, and a few tangents.   Read More
NBA Wizards 

Wizards Season Recap and Biggest Offseason Needs

There are two ways you could view the season for the Washington Wizards. On one hand, Washington finished the regular season with 49 wins, most since the 1978-70 season. After struggling in the beginning of the season, they were able to turn it around and climb to fourth place in the conference. John Wall and Bradley Beal both had career... Read More
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