Snyder: Wizards gain long-term appeal with Wall extensionThe Wizards will be a tantalizing destination for stars and proven veterans.
Wizards Make No Draft Picks for First Time in Team HistoryWizards sit out 2016 NBA Draft entirely -- a franchise first.
Report: Grunfeld Under Contract, Likely to ReturnAccording to a Wizards insider, the decision has little to do with ownership's satisfaction with his 440-605 record or being in 10th place.
Best and Worst of Wizards Drafts: The Grunfeld EraWhen it comes to the NBA Draft, Ernie Grunfeld never deserves the benefit of the doubt.
Wizards Make Gortat Re-Signing OfficialMarcin Gortat has signed his five-year, $60 million contract to remain with the Washington Wizards.
Fans Outraged Over Wizards Vacant 2014 NBA DraftThe Wizards traded away their sole selection in the 2014 NBA Draft for cash considerations, rendering every fan that stayed awake for the vacant pick utterly outraged.
Ernie Grunfeld Reportedly Signed 3-Year Extension in 2012The Wizards reportedly actually signed GM Ernie Grunfeld to a three-year extension, not a two-year extension in 2012, according to Mike Wise of the Washington Post.
Leonsis Coy About Futures of Grunfeld, Wittman with WizardsTed Leonsis won't talk about the futures of Randy Wittman and Ernie Grunfeld, both working on expiring contracts, until the playoffs are done. But he will talk at length about what they've done for the franchise.
Grunfeld: You Must 'Pay Your Dues' Before Becoming ContendersWizards general manager Ernie Grunfeld seems to be tempering expectations, one day after his team clinched their first playoff berth since the 2007-2008 season, saying you can't go from "not being in the playoffs for a few years" to "championship contender" right away.
Summing Up a Very Wizardly SeasonHow do you judge a Wizards season that at times, was filled with so much inspiration for the future, before hopes were dashed by critical injuries and long losing spells, to ultimately land the team under the 30-win mark? Focus on the future.
Elfin: Free Agency Begins But Who's Left For The Wizards?After trading away Nick Young and JaVale McGee, and with a newly re-signed Head Coach and General Manager, the Wizards signaled they are ready for change, but with a measured amount of consistency and structure. But as Free Agency begins, many of the top offerings are already off the market, and Washington still has holes to fill.
Washington Wizards Name Randy Wittman Head CoachThe Washington Wizards announced Monday that Randy Wittman will return as their coach next season, retaining the position he accepted after Flip Saunders was fired in January.