Steve Buckhantz shares an anecdote about John Wall and Randy Wittman that tells a very different story than perceived animosity within the Wizards locker room.
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope had 26 points, Andre Drummond added 18 points and 16 rebounds and the new-look Detroit Pistons beat the Washington Wizards 106-89 on Sunday.
LeBron James was not about to let teammate Kevin Love’s flubbed attempt at a driving, two-handed dunk — the basketball smacked off the front of the rim — happen without some ribbing.
Marcin Gortat explains why he’s blocked upwards of 2,000 people on Twitter, and what you can do to be the next “client who wants to join the happy group.”
The Washington Wizards are reportedly getting younger, trading Andre Miller to the Kings for Ramon Sessions, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
Kevin Durant’s comments in the March issue of GQ certainly won’t dampen any #KD2DC hype.
While an All-Star break record of 33-21 is hardly something to complain about, there are legitimate concerns about the Washington Wizards.
Bradley Beal, unaware of the Jay-z/Soulja Boy thing, imagines what a Raptors-Wizards playoff series would be like with Drake and Wale in attendance: “That’d be ridiculous… probably rap disses and team disses and everything.”
The Washington Wizards say shooting guard Bradley Beal has a right leg injury and will sit out the team’s game at the Toronto Raptors.
John Wall threw up a sick alley-oop to Rasual Butler in the Wizards’ 96-80 win over the Magic on Monday.