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.
The Washington Wizards coasted through the first two months of the season. Through their initial 30 games, they were 22-8. Entering Saturday night’s game, they were 9-12 since then.
Hornets coach Steve Clifford walked into the locker room at halftime and bawled out his players, telling them they had played the first 24 minutes without purpose, particularly on defense.
After four months, Wizards’ big man Marcin Gortat, needing change, finally shaved off his beloved mohawk.
After blowing an 18-point, fourth-quarter lead against the Washington Wizards on Saturday night, the Toronto Raptors needed someone to restore order in overtime.
When the Phoenix Suns’ big lead was fading away fast in the fourth quarter, P.J. Tucker put a stop to the collapse.
John Wall left a win late in the 4th against the Lakers, giving Wizards fans, who feared the worst of his Achilles’, a good, needless scare.
For one entertaining half, Wayne Ellington and Lakers rookie Jordan Clarkson outscored and outplayed Washington’s star backcourt of John Wall and Bradley Beal.
Each time that LaMarcus Aldridge went to the free-throw line late in the game against the Washington Wizards, the Trail Blazers’ forward was showered with a chant of “MVP, MVP,” from the hometown fans.