Yes, the Wizards won. Kelly Oubre made his return to DC and that was not the only exciting thing that happened, it was also a historic night for a special someone.
While Kelly Oubre returning was the main topic about Saturday's triple-overtime thriller against the Phoenix Suns, something even more impressive
Now it is finally official. The Washington Wizards have made a deal with the Phoenix Suns to bring Trevor Ariza back to DC in exchange for Kelly Oubre and Austin Rivers. After all of the problems that happened last night, the trade is finally official.
Originally, the idea was a three-team
Tonight was a very, very bad game. The lackadaisical Washington Wizards lost 116-101 to the Cleveland Cavaliers on the road. The 20-3 run the Cavaliers used over the final five minutes of the first quarter was the big difference in tonight's game.
When a run like that happens, you would expect
The Washington Wizards have now won three in a row after defeating the Atlanta Hawks 131-117 on Wednesday night. Brad Beal had a season-high of 36 points. Otto Porter scored 20 and Kelly Oubre added 19 points off the bench for a short-handed Wizards squad that was without John Wall and
Progress. The Washington Wizards hung on late and defeated the New York Knicks 110-107 at Madison Square Garden. The first dagger of the season occured thanks to a late three from John Wall and the Wizards have won back-to-back games.
A lot of things went right for Washington tonight. Otto Porter
Yo Washington, we did it! The energetic Washington Wizards survived a thrilling overtime game against the Houston Rockets with a 135-131 win. This game was anything but boring. No defense from either team, thrilling plays on both ends, and star players showing up at the right time.
James Harden was very clearly
Today might have been the strangest day ever as a Wizards fan. Last night, they dropped to 5-11 for the year with a 119-109 home loss to Portland. As if the situation could not be getting a whole lot worse, it could be. Earlier today, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN said
The dark times keep on getting darker. On Sunday, the Washington Wizards lost to the Portland Trail Blazers 119-109. While the score may look close, it really was not. One thing that was very evident to Wizards fans was that Thomas Bryant and Troy Brown deserve extended minutes. This team
It is happening. The beginning of a turnaround. The Washington Wizards played a very dominant game against the Cleveland Cavaliers and massacred them 119-95. The Wizards have now won three in a row and are starting to play like the dominant Wizards we know of.
Wall had an "off" game
The Washington Wizards will face the Cleveland Cavaliers at 7 PM Eastern tomorrow night. That could possibly be the first "trap game" the Wizards will have had to endure this season. There are no excuses if Washington faces a shorthanded Cavaliers team and comes up short.
Is it a trap game?