The Wizards and the Pacers both wrapped up four games in five days on Saturday night, and had played overtime games three days ago.
Dressed in the same pinstriped purple dinosaur jersey that Damon Stoudamire once wore, Kyle Lowry broke a record belonging to the former Toronto point guard.
The Washington Wizards could be closer to a deal that would build a new state-of-the-art training facility for the team.
You gotta read Marcin Gortat’s reaction to Roy Hibbert attempting (and missing) the game-winning three-point shot in overtime last night.
John Wall had seven of his 31 points in overtime, and the Washington Wizards won their fourth straight and gained a tiny measure of revenge from last season’s playoffs Wednesday night with a 96-94 win over a resilient but even-more-depleted Indiana Pacers.
Paul Pierce and Garrett Temple each scored 17 points, and the Wizards beat the Knicks for the fourth straight time, 98-83 on Tuesday night.
John Wall had 30 points and 12 assists, and Washington held off a late surge to beat the Orlando Magic 105-98 on Thursday night.
Chris Bosh had 26 points and 15 rebounds, Norris Cole scored a career-high 23 points after winning Miami’s starting point-guard job, and the Heat pulled away late to beat the Washington Wizards 107-95 on Wednesday night — the first time in five years they played an opener without James.
Rapper and D.C. native Wale is the team’s creative liaison for the upcoming season, the Washington Wizards announced Wednesday.
#KD2DC Update: Oh boy, what did Kevin Durant just tweet?