The Washington Wizards are just two weeks out from tipping off the 2013-14 NBA regular season. With the 3rd overall pick already sidelined with a hip injury and a 117-277 record over the last five seasons, what’s not to be excited about with the Wizards?
Bradley Beal scored 29 points, and the Washington Wizards beat the Miami Heat 100-82 Tuesday night to hand the two-time defending champions their first loss of the preseason.
If Kevin Seraphin and Jan Vesely can repeat their production during Emeka Okafor’s extended absence, the Wizards will be that much closer to ending their drought after five years out of the playoffs.
A 19-point effort from Nene wasn’t enough for the Wizards to beat the Nets as Jason Kidd’s squad delivered him a 111-106 overtime victory in his coaching debut.
After an expected falloff by Boston and Atlanta, the Wizards are thinking playoffs for the first time since the Obamas moved in 10 blocks northwest of the Verizon Center.
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.
Just 10 days before the first training camp practice, the Washington Wizards announced Wednesday that starting center Emeka Okafor is out indefinitely with a herniated disc, and that reserve forward Chris Singleton will be sidelined approximately six to eight weeks with a broken bone in his left foot.
Wizards center Emeka Okafor will be out indefinitely after being diagnosed with a herniated C4 cervical disc, team president Ernie Grunfeld announced on Wednesday.
Washington Wizards forward Chris Singleton will be sidelined about six to eight weeks with a broken bone in his left foot.