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John Wall on Fire Like a Funeral Pyre

Per ESPN Stats and Information, John Wall has two games this season with 20 points and 17 assists.  Where does this rank among fellow NBA players? 150 more words


Wizards Shock Magic, Announcers Go Crazy, and Fans Can't Believe It

I’m a couple days late getting this post up, but the video below is too good not to share. When a dramatic, last-minute play occurs in a game, I always like to hear the play call from the announcers of both teams. 260 more words


Robb: Paul Pierce Providing Championship Perspective To Rising Wizards Team

BOSTON – After a memorable homecoming for Paul Pierce in Boston on Sunday afternoon, the former Celtic gets another shot at his old club Monday night in Washington, D.C., on the second leg of the home-and-home matchup. 686 more words


Heat Outplayed By Wizards, Lose 107-86

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WASHINGTON (CBSMiami/AP) — It was a rough game from start to finish for the Miami Heat on Monday.

With his Wizards leading the Heat by 15 after two quarters, 37-year-old Paul Pierce implored his younger teammates to put the game away. 685 more words


Do the Wizards Have a Trade in Their Future?

As the Washington Wizards spend a night off before their game with the Miami Heat on Monday, Ernie Grunfeld and the front office may have some interesting options to consider.   559 more words


Most Likely To ___________? 2nd edition: Handing out high school superlatives to current and former DC sports figures

Last night, my sister texted me saying, “You should definitely do another one of those high school superlatives posts.” I responded by saying, “I would LOVE to, but I feel like I already used all of the good photos in my first one!” 514 more words

What a difference a year (or two) makes: A look back at how BAD the Wizards were less than two years ago

The Friday night, 8 o’clock slot on ESPN in the NBA is the equivalent of Monday Night Football in the NFL. It’s the game that gets the sick commercials all week long, the network’s best broadcasters, the exclusive interviews with players, the biggest crowds, and the overall feeling that it means a hell of a lot more than your average regular season game. 2,065 more words