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What Wall’s extension means for the Wizards

After years of heartache and heartbreak, flirting with All-Stars and borderline superstars only to see the relationships go sour, D.C. hoops fans have finally reeled in a viable stud they can build a future with and call their own.   Fresh off the first All-NBA team selection of his career, Washington Wizards point guard John Wall announced (via UNINTERRUPTED) that he would be “coming… Read More
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There’s no quantifying Wall’s worth in Washington

Who is the only guard in the Eastern Conference that averages a double-double? That would be Washington Wizards point guard John Wall. Coming out of Kentucky, Wall had his problems going into the draft despite being one of the most physically gifted players at the position. He was not the best shooter and had a problem changing speeds. There were… Read More
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Season Preview: Southeast Division

With the 2015-2016 NBA approaching, the basketball staff of My Mind on Sports is bringing you our season preview roundtable. In these roundtables we will answer key questions in each division concerning their respective teams. The first division was the Atlantic, then the Central, now it’s the Southeast Division. The Southeast Division consists of the Charlotte Hornets, Atlanta Hawks, Washington… Read More
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Out come the brooms, Wizards sweep Raptors

Washington Wizards forward Paul Pierce was overheard saying that he didn’t want to go through customs again after their Game 2 victory in Tornoto, he and his teammates made sure that wouldn’t be an issue as they dispatched the Raptors in four games. Washington completed the sweep with a decisive 125-94 victory on their home court, hitting 15 of 26… Read More
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Keys to Victory: Game 2- Wizards & Raptors

Paul Pierce backed up his trash talk on Saturday with 20 points against the Raptors, Nene and Drew Gooden dominated on the boards and Kevin Seraphin was a huge boost off the bench. If the Wizards want to come back to D.C. up 2-0, here are some other things that need to go right on Tuesday night. John Wall/ Bradley… Read More
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NBA: First Half Top Performers

Western Conference Point Guard: Stephen Curry When talking about the first half of the NBA season, how can you not lead off with Stephen Curry? The sixth-year point guard is shooting 49% from the field (tied for his career high) and has been the driving force behind the Warriors’ Western Conference best 36-8 record, Curry also ranks in the top-5… Read More

Training Camp: Day 3 Observations

I had the opportunity to attend training camp this week and lets just say I was thoroughly impressed. Walking onto the court and seeing the team fully focused on shooting drills was a bit eye-opening. Now don’t get me wrong, I’m not here to tell you the Wizards in the past were not serious in preseason, but the atmosphere and feel in the… Read More
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First Impressions, Wizards Summer League Team

The Washington Wizards have assembled their roster for the 2014 Las Vegas Summer League, of the 16 players selected, three worked out for Washington in the pre-draft process. Jarell Eddie, Khem Birch, and Deonte Burton all made the roster for Vegas. The only player on the roster with more than four years experience in the league is Daniel Orton. The… Read More
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