The Washington Wizards don’t have a first-round pick in the 2014 NBA Draft — and maybe that’s a good thing.
Randy Wittman learned long ago to focus on what he can control. That’s what he did over the past 2 1/2 years with the Washington Wizards.
Cakes uncharacteristically blew up on a fellow Junkie Thursday, unleashing on JP for incessantly inferring the Wizards wouldn’t be in the playoffs if they were a Western Conference team, and then EB and Lurch shamefully defended JP.
It’s unclear exactly when John Wall got his mojo back. Maybe it started on the plane ride to Indianapolis.
Win Tuesday against Washington and the rejuvenated Pacers will make a second straight trip to the Eastern Conference finals.
Wizards center Marcin Gortat heard the question and waited several seconds before speaking. He took a deep breath. Cleared his throat.
The potential conflict between a Washington Wizards home playoff game and a Lady Gaga concert has been avoided.
The second-round series between the Wizards and Pacers begins Monday night in Indianapolis, but should the series go six games there could be a problem.
When the Washington Wizards split up by position for meetings before facing first-round playoff opponent Chicago, starting guards John Wall and Bradley Beal listened while veteran Andre Miller spoke.
If NBA commissioner Adam Silver hadn’t handed down such a strong penalty to Clippers owner Donald Sterling, the Washington Wizards wouldn’t have closed out against the Bulls Tuesday night, because neither team would have taken the court.