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In a rather uneventful game that was littered with sloppy and inconsistent basketball, the Hawks blew out the Wizards 102-82 in the team's first summer league game of 2012. I know the score doesn't matter, I know these games don't count, so let's get to the real reason why we found ourselves watching: Bradley Beal. The kid started off hot. He showed off his great shooting ability by shooting 4 for 6 from the field including a a three pointer. He showcased some impeccable dribbling skills by maneuvering through various double teams, and found a way to distribute the ball. Simply put, He looked like a player who was drafted 3rd in the draft. Then came the third quarter. A rather unforgettable one for the Wizards first round pick, where he shot 1 for 7 from field and wasn't comfortable. I wouldn't say his game struggled in the 3rd but I think it was just a product of him simply missing shots. You make some, you miss some. He even admitted after the game that t...
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The Washington Wizards get their first action of the Vegas Summer League today, as they play the Atlanta Hawks summer team at 4:00 PM (EST) at the Thomas & Mack center.
For many Wizards fans, this will be their first opportunity to watch 3rd overall pick Bradley Beal in action. The much anticipated debut of the sweet shooting guard will definitely...
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Everyone has a story, but not many have had theirs told through animation. Reebok changed that, though…
John Wall, point guard for the Washington Wizards, narrates his journey to the NBA (it involves the City of Chicago) in a simple, yet touching video.
His mothers tears? Priceless. Gotta love momma.
John Wall went from playing AAU and prep ball in North...
Since the Washington Wizards are currently only $2 million under the salary cap the team does not possess the ability to shop for a high profile free agent in the summer of 2012. This means that outside of the small moves Washington makes to fill out their roster the Wizards won’t be involved in any [...]
Saying Adam Morrison’s basketball career peaked in college is an understatement. He was a star at Gonzaga, co-player of the year, and it earned him the third overall pick in the 2006 Draft to the Charlotte Bobcats.
Since then, it’s only been bad news. Morrison sat out the 2007-08 season with an injury then he got traded to the Los Angeles Lakers where he barely ever saw the...
Previously on That NBA Lottery Pick, we featured a rather trippy Reebok commercial which starred Washington Wizards guard John Wall.Well, the folks over at Reebok thought it would be another great idea to do another trippy viral video about Wall's rise to fame.Check it out in the below YouTube video called, "John Wall's Breakout":
Washington Wizards fans should be excited about what the future holds.
It took the Washington Wizards one Summer League game to get into their groove. One night removed from being blown out of the Cox Pavilion gym by the Atlanta Hawks, the Wizards survived a furious 4th quarter comeback attempt by the Houston Rockets, winning their first game of the summer 76-70.
Top pick Bradley Beal lead the team with 14 points and was one of four Wizards to finish...
Bradley Beal is just beginning his very promising NBA career. -(Image credit: Getty Images via @daylife)
St. Louis native Bradley Beal is just now getting ready to start his NBA career with the Washington Wizards, who selected the guard third in this year's NBA Draft.
Beal is currently taking part in the Wizards mini-camp as the team gets ready to participate in the Las...