Win Tuesday against Washington and the rejuvenated Pacers will make a second straight trip to the Eastern Conference finals.
Wizards center Marcin Gortat heard the question and waited several seconds before speaking. He took a deep breath. Cleared his throat.
Just days after Durant won his first NBA MVP award, a billboard has been erected near the Thunder star’s hometown of Seat Pleasant in Prince George’s County.
Big Roy Hibbert came up with a big answer for his critics and his teammates Wednesday night.
The second-round series between the Wizards and Pacers begins Monday night in Indianapolis, but should the series go six games there could be a problem.
When the Washington Wizards split up by position for meetings before facing first-round playoff opponent Chicago, starting guards John Wall and Bradley Beal listened while veteran Andre Miller spoke.
The Wizards not only have finished off the Chicago Bulls in five games — giving the franchise its first playoff series win in nine years — but they also have at least a three-day layoff before the start of Round 2.
John Wall finished with 24 points, Nene scored 20, and the Washington Wizards beat the Chicago Bulls 75-69 on Tuesday night to clinch their first-round series in five games.
Drew Gooden knows what it is like to play for a team that blew a 3-1 lead, so he won’t breathe easy until the Washington Wizards finish off the Chicago Bulls.
If empty seats are any indication, the Washington Wizards are just as big of a surprise in their own city as they are to the rest of the NBA.