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 begin their five-game homestand tomorrow night against the Orlando Magic at 7 PM Eastern. The Wizards are coming off of an excellent win over the Miami Heat in which the bench showed up for once. However, it only fixed the issue temporarily. Washington is still in
The Washington Wizards lost to the Orlando Magic 117-108 on Friday night. They are now 2-9 on the season. Once again, mistakes on the defensive end and rebounding cost them.
Washington was hopeless for most of this game until there were two minutes left in the third quarter. The Wizards were down 25 with
The Wizards are at another dark hour. On Friday, they will face the Orlando Magic on the road at 7:00 PM Eastern Time. After allowing the Dallas Mavericks to snap a six-game losing streak, everyone is upset. Fans, coaches, players and national media are ripping this organization to shreds. Heck,
The Washington Wizards are coming off of a bad blowout loss to the Dallas Mavericks 119-100. How do you stop the bleeding? I asked you guys for questions following last night's loss and this is what you asked me.
Do you stop the bleeding through trade?
In my opinion, you make a
The Washington Wizards once again got beat like a drum. This time, it was the Dallas Mavericks. They manhandled the Wizards by a score of 119-100. Only three Wizards popped up in double figures and the bench only had 26 points throughout the game. Oh, and they also killed them
If you went to sleep last night, you really missed out. Otto Porter played like a max player, Markieff Morris had 28 points, Oubre had 22 points, and the Washington Wizards clawed their way to a 125-124 overtime victory over the Portland Trail Blazers.
Markieff Morris was on fire last night,