Randy Wittman learned long ago to focus on what he can control. That’s what he did over the past 2 1/2 years with the Washington Wizards.
The Indiana Pacers beat the Washington Wizards 93-80 Thursday night to advance to the Eastern Conference finals for the second straight year.
It’s unclear exactly when John Wall got his mojo back. Maybe it started on the plane ride to Indianapolis.
The New York Times already showed us where the Washington Nationals fandom ends and the Orioles fandom begins. Now it’s made a similar map illustrating where Wizards fans live.
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.