The countdown is on to the Wizards’ regular season opener versus New Jersey next Monday at Verizon Center.
The NBA lockout is over and the Wizards will tip the day after Christmas against the Nets. Wizards fans can take heart from the fact that the abbreviated 66-game schedule makes it difficult for Washington to lose 50 games for a fourth straight season.
With no end to the NBA lockout in sight, Wizards players are fending for themselves when it comes to their off-season and possibly no-season plans.
The old look of the Bullets is back with the new look Wizards.
Flip Saunders Post-Game Press Conference Locker Room Interviews (John Wall, Andray Blatche, Jordan Crawford)
The Wizards actually won another road game, this time at Charlotte 97-91.
Wizards will face Cleveland without their best player as John Wall got suspended by the NBA for his role in that Miami scuffle.
They almost let it slip away, but the Wizards picked up their second road win of the season at Utah Monday night.
The Wizards let a great opportunity slip away, losing double overtime at the Clippers 127-119.
Not the start the Wizards wanted, as they got blown out by Portland in the first game of their five game road trip.