It’s unclear exactly when John Wall got his mojo back. Maybe it started on the plane ride to Indianapolis.
Legendary musician and Bullets fan Nils Lofgren (guitarist for Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band) recalls the magical experience of writing “Bullets Fever” in 1978.
If Tim Legler’s seemingly prescient pre-Game 5 observation of Roy Hibbert proves true, the Wizards could find themselves extending their series against the Pacers to 7 games.
Marcin Gortat had 31 points and 16 rebounds, John Wall scored 27 points and the Washington Wizards rode a 39-rebound advantage to a 102-79 rout of Indiana on Tuesday night, cutting the Pacers’ lead in the Eastern Conference semifinals to 3-2.
The New York Times already showed us where the Washington Nationals fandom ends and the Orioles fandom begins. Now it’s made a similar map illustrating where Wizards fans live.
Win Tuesday against Washington and the rejuvenated Pacers will make a second straight trip to the Eastern Conference finals.
From the moment Mavs owner Mark Cuban tweeted he was listening to the Wizards on the radio, the Wizards couldn’t seem to do anything right and lost the game. Thanks, Mark.
An All-Star still in search of a spark is the Washington Wizards’ John Wall. Here are three comments from his coach, teammate, and Wall, himself, on his struggles.
Robert Griffin III’s presence at Verizon Center Sunday night excited fans who otherwise would have left Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals disappointed.
Paul George poured in a career playoff-high 39 points and added 12 rebounds to lead the Indiana Pacers back from a 19-point deficit and past the Washington Wizards 95-92 on Sunday night to move one victory away from returning to the Eastern Conference finals.