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
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
The Washington Wizards lost to the Philadelphia 76ers 123-98 on Friday night. Joel Embiid had a double-double with 16 points and 15 rebounds and Ben Simmons was two boards shy of a triple-double with 13 points, 8 rebounds and 10 assists. This game was basically over at halftime as Philly
The Washington Wizards were on the receiving end of another blowout when they lost to the New Orleans Pelicans 125-104. The Wizards have now lost four games by 20 or more points this season. Jrue Holiday had a huge first quarter which led to 29 points on 12-19 shooting. Kelly
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
The Wizards are back to winning ways after defeating the New Orleans Pelicans, 124-114 on Saturday night. On top of that, Otto finally showed up.
Otto Porter finally had a huge night, scoring 29 points that included 16 of them in the first quarter. He also shot 12-15 from the field
The Washington Wizards lost to the Toronto Raptors 125-107 on Friday night. Once again, the lack of coaching scheme and panicking late got to them. Rather than swing the ball around late, the Wizards were desperate late with their shooting in order to force a rally. Here are some of
Is this real? The Washington Wizards overcame a 24-point deficit to beat the LA Clippers 125-118. They showed that they were an NBA team playing at the highest level possible.
Everyone did their job but it was the two All-Stars who set the tone. John Wall finished with 30 points, eight assists, five
The Washington Wizards lost to the Brooklyn Nets 115-104. They now fall to 5-10 for the season and once again, they played down to their level of competition. Someone needs to be held accountable but no one will be. The team followed by the incompetence of both the coach and
What a week does to a basketball team. Not too long ago, we were all wondering if the Wizards should blow it up and tank. Almost a week later, look what has happened. This team looks nothing like the team from a week ago that lost to Orlando and set