John Wall says he’s tired of wearing suits and is ready to put on a jersey — perhaps as soon as this weekend.
The Wizards Girls stopped by the Junks studio on Wednesday looking sharp in their red, white and blue outfits.
The rough stretch and difficult season for the Washington Wizards continued Wednesday as they fell to the playoff-bound Indiana Pacers 109-96.
There has been a tremendous amount of turnover in D.C. sports in the last year; from coaches to players and college up to the professional ranks. A generation of losing has never been more evident, but with some of the brightest young stars in sports, you never know when it could all turn around for the better.
Six weeks ago, David Elfin wrote a column in which he dubbed Washington “Loserville” compared to the 10 other metropolitan areas that compete in the NFL, MLB, NBA and the NHL. Well, somehow it’s gotten worse since.
John Wall had 26 points and 12 assists, and the Washington Wizards won hours after making a multiplayer deal at the NBA trade deadline, 99-89 over the New Orleans Hornets on Thursday night.
A slow start and a sharp-shooting opponent doomed the Wizards on Monday night as Washington fell 120-100 to the Golden State Warriors.
Against the Heat, the Wizards have now lost six straight, 12 out of their last 13 and seven straight at home.
Blake Griffin had 21 points, 11 rebounds and eight assists, and DeAndre Jordan had 18 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Los Angeles Clippers to a 107-81 victory against the Washington Wizards on Saturday night.
Former Flip Saunders player Wally Szczerbiak thinks his former coach was in bad situation, will land on his feet.