Just 10 days before the first training camp practice, the Washington Wizards announced Wednesday that starting center Emeka Okafor is out indefinitely with a herniated disc, and that reserve forward Chris Singleton will be sidelined approximately six to eight weeks with a broken bone in his left foot.
Forward Chris Singleton says this season’s Washington Wizards would have been “a sight to see” — if they could have stayed healthy.
John Wall isn’t shooting well, he’s turning the ball over at an alarming rate, and his attitude isn’t quite the same.
AJ Price will miss the next 4-to-6 weeks as David Lee, Klay Thompson and the Golden State Warriors beat the Washington Wizards 101-97.
The Washington Wizards will look for their first win of the season tomorrow against the Milwaukee Bucks, but could be without a key piece.
Over the last four seasons the Wizards have been the worst team in the Eastern Conference, and with John Wall and Nene out for the first month of the season, fans probably won’t recognize any major improvement to start the season.
Washington Wizards rookie Chris Singleton says it was worth it to buy $10,000 worth of tickets for last week’s Mega Millions lottery, adding it was “either that or blowing it in the clubs.”
Maybe he could buy the Washington Wizards to get more playing time if he wins the lotto.
For the first time all season, the Wizards put it all together and snapped a franchise worst eight game skid to start the season.
Is it already time to shake up the starting lineup?