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Randy Wittman

Info & Stats: Washington Wizards Head Coach

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In The Jungle

Randy Wittman Emphasizes Playoff-Bound Wizards Not Feeling ‘Satisfied’

WASHINGTON (CBSDC) - Seeding yet to be determined, the Wizards, currently 43-38, have an opportunity to enter their first playoff series in six seasons on a 4-game winning streak with a win over the Celtics on Wednesday. 414 more words


Wizards blow 16-point lead in 100-94 loss to Bobcats

Tonight’s game against the Bobcats was one of large, point-scoring runs at a time.

It was not about how hard each team could hit though, it was about how hard they could get hit and keep fighting. 348 more words

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What's wrong with Bradley Beal?

I have to admit, lately I’ve been forgetting to put my nearsighted prescribed glasses on while watching the Wizards play on television.

It’s not that I’m completely bat-blind, but everything becomes a lot more crystal clear with the glasses on. 468 more words

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Wizards at Blazers Recap: Third quarter Wiz strike again

The Wizards played a good game for about 22 minutes tonight.

With less than two minutes remaining in the second quarter, the Blazers went on a 8-0 run, took a 53-51 lead into halftime and never looked back. 220 more words

Wizards fall to Raptors 103-93

“I have no problem with the energy or effort from our guys tonight, Toronto was just the better team,” were the words of head coach Randy Wittman after his teams 103-93 loss to the Toronto Raptors last night. 166 more words