On Thursday night, the Washington Wizards were officially eliminated from playoff contention. The Miami Heat had won and this caused the Wizards to look ahead to next season. This game was notable as it was Dirk Nowitzki and Dwyane Wade's last time playing against each other. But that's not the
The Wizards are beginning to make a comeback. They are beginning to show that they can compete with the league's best teams regardless of who is on the court. On Friday night, the Washington Wizards beat the Milwaukee Bucks 113-106. Although Giannis Antetokounmpo was out of the lineup, the Wizards
We are 41 games in. The Washington Wizards stand at a record of 16-25 and have very slim playoff hopes as things stand. However, there is reason to believe in a miracle run for this team. For starters, Washington have deemed themselves as a team that shows effort and fight
The Washington Wizards recovered from last night's debacle on the road and defeated the Philadelphia 76ers here, at Capital One Arena by a score of 123-106. It was a very complete win and this now means that January now has two of Washington's best wins of the season.
The Wizards need
They finally did it. They won in Oklahoma. On Sunday, the Washington Wizards defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder by a score of 116-98. Five players scored in double figures. The Wizards won the rebounding battle and they only committed nine turnovers as well. It was a great performance by the
The Washington Wizards lost to the Miami Heat 115-109 on Friday night.
The Heat made it clear early on that they were going to attack the rim early. Hassan Whiteside scored off of a couple of dunks and Thomas Bryant also ended up getting in foul trouble. This led to the
The Washington Wizards defeated the Atlanta Hawks 114-98 on Wednesday night. Five players were in double figures and Otto Porter Jr. made his return to the court. All of these things were good as Washington began the new year with a win. If fans want to be positive, the Wizards
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