There were boos early and at the end for the winless Washington Wizards, who dropped to a franchise-worst 0-9 with a 96-89 loss to the Indiana Pacers on Monday night.
For the second year in a row, the Wizards start a franchise worst 0-8 as they fall 83-76 at home to the Utah Jazz.
The Washington Wizards (0-7) held practice today as they prepare for the Utah Jazz (4-5) tomorrow and a chance to tie the worst start in franchise history tomorrow, which they accomplished a year ago.
Even a 12-point head start against the Milwaukee Bucks was not nearly enough for the winless Washington Wizards who drop to 0-4 on the season.
The Washington Wizards will look for their first win of the season tomorrow against the Milwaukee Bucks, but could be without a key piece.
A night after what their coach called a “flat game,” Kevin Garnett and the Boston Celtics held the Washington Wizards to 1-for-14 shooting at the start, then were barely better at the end.
The Washington Wizards (o-1) look for their first win of the season as they host the Boston Celtics in the home opener tomorrow and hope to get some front court help back.
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.
Just hours after the Washington Wizards removed the interim tag from his title, head coach Randy Wittman joined 106.7’s LaVar and Dukes to discuss his future with the franchise.
Randy Wittman must be a cat person because he certainly has more than one life, at least when it comes to basketball.