Mo Evans logged some time with Holden and Danny to state his opinions on the NBA Lottery system, whether or not he thinks Anthony Davis will live up to the hype, and of course, what Washington needs to do to get to the next level. But is he happy the Wizards didn’t land the #1 pick?
The not-quite-as-woeful Wizards, winners of four straight and six of their last eight, conclude a fourth straight dreadful season with their road finale tonight at Cleveland before a home game with Miami tomorrow; all this after re-signing the General Manager that put this team together, in Ernie Grunfeld.
It’s been a tumultuous season for the Washington Wizards, with not much to celebrate, but a win tonight would extend the team’s claim of bragging rights over the only team worse in the Southeast Division, and over the greatest of all time.
Washington, D.C. – All it took was a big first quarter to set the tone against a depleted and taxed Wizards team. Milwaukee used a 22-8 run to sprint out to a 28-19 lead after […]
Washington, DC-The Wizards got their revenge taking it to the 76ers 97-76 in a 48 minute game of total team effort as they snap their five game losing streak.
This type of deja vu is not what the Wizards wanted to see. Oh no, not again.
Washington, DC-For the second time in as many games the Wizards blow a double-digit second half lead and fall to the Atlanta Hawks 95-92.
Washington, DC-The Portland Trail Blazers defeat the Washington Wizards 110-99 as the Wizards go two and three on their five game homestand.
Washington, DC-The Wizards ended their six game losing streak as Jordan Crawford’s game high 31 points led the Wiz to a 101-98 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Ryan Anderson’s had a 23-point, 15-rebound effort in the Orlando Magic’s 102-95 win over the lineup-shuffling Washington Wizards.