An All-Star still in search of a spark is the Washington Wizards’ John Wall. Here are three comments from his coach, teammate, and Wall, himself, on his struggles.
Ted 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.
Head coach Randy Wittman doesn’t want his Wizards feeling “satisfied,” because, while they’re preparing to enter the playoffs, he remains focused on keeping them hungry to do bigger and better things next season.
Yes, it’s great the Wizards have finally gotten their record above .500 after more than four seasons, but no, it’s not something to celebrate — head coach Randy Wittman told Lavar and Dukes on 106.7 The Fan on Tuesday.
Wizards’ head coach Randy Wittman remains optimistic that he’ll see Bradley Beal and rookie Otto Porter in the lineup within the week, he told Holden and Danny on 106.7 The Fan on Wednesday.
John Wall had 26 points and 12 assists, Trevor Ariza scored 24 points and made five 3-pointers, and the Wizards beat the Atlanta Hawks 108-101 on Saturday night.
Washington Wizards coach Randy Wittman has been fined $20,000 by the NBA for using profane language during a postgame news conference.
With no solid updates on the injury status of Wizards’ rookie Otto Porter, and the season set to tip off in a day, head coach Randy Wittman tells the Junkies he has no idea when the 3rd overall pick will return, further his comment by saying, “I don’t know who he is and have not had a chance to coach him yet.”
Wizards rookie Otto Porter has a right hip flexor injury.
Asked whether he feels any extra pressure to reach the postseason, Washington Wizards coach Randy Wittman fiddled with his eyeglasses on the table in front of him and looked straight ahead.