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The Washington Wizards’ Bradley Beal showed off some of his hops during the 4th quarter of their match-up with the Nets. Unfortunately, someone had to be on the losing end of the dunk and that person was MarShon Brooks. Posterized.
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Former number one draft pick and current Washington Wizards point guard John Wall has yet to play a game this season. Having been out with a knee injury, Wall returned to practice for the first time this season according to the Wizards' Twitter account.Wall and Ariza return to practice, Price takes part in non-contact drills. Ariza closest to return, could be in next few days—...
Washington Wizards guard John Wall, out since Sept. 28 with a stress injury in his left knee cap, moved closer to returning by participating in limited contact drills during Thursday’s practice.
Wall, who did not speak with reporters after practice, wore his No. 2 practice jersey and also participated in other running and non-contact drills.
Washington coach Randy Wittman told...
As the Nets destroyed the Kings on Saturday, Marshon Brooks got his first opportunity to play 20+ minutes in nearly a month. Brooks, who displayed an impressive offensive arsenal as a rookie, has fallen out of favor in his second season due to a supposed lack of concern with the defensive end of the floor. Some speculated that Brooks would get a second chance under new head coach...
The Washington Wizards’ abysmal season last year was overshadowed by an even worse one from the Charlotte Bobcats.
This year, they are taking center stage with only four wins so far. They have been playing without point guard John Wall, but you have to wonder how big of a difference he could possibly make.
The good news for the Wizards is that with all the bad seasons they...
nets 115 wizards 1131/4/2013 - Verizon Center, Washington, DCESPN BoxscoreNBA.com Game Highlights
Despite the loss, I'm going to hand out the MVP award to three players: Nene, Jordan Crawford, and the rookie, Bradley Beal. The three combined for 67 points. Just a great game and overall effort by the Wizards. Nene excited the home crowd with a buzzer beater to...
Joe Johnson's jumper with 0.7 seconds left in the second overtime lifted the Brooklyn Nets to a 115-113 victory over the Washington Wizards on Friday night.
Bradley Beal's two free throws tied the score at 113 with 9.1 seconds to play before Johnson, who had 18 points, hit the shot that improved Brooklyn to 4-1 under interim coach P.J. Carlesimo.
Brook Lopez had 27 points...
Tweet As a rookie last season MarShon Brooks showed why he was among the better scorers in college basketball as a senior and gave the Nets a glimpse of what they could expect for years to come. With the Nets revamping the roster during the offseason (including the addition of six-time All-Star Joe Johnson) [...]
Two rookie guards stood out last month among their first year brethren, as the Washington Wizards’ Bradley Beal and the Portland Trail Blazers’ Damian Lillard were named NBA Eastern and Western Conference Rookies of the Month for December.
Beal lead all Eastern Conference rookies in scoring (13.4 ppg) and total assists with (41) in December. He had six games with 15-plus...
WASHINGTON -- Joe Johnson sank the game-winning jumper with 0.7 seconds remaining in double-overtime, and Brook Lopez had 27 points and 13 rebounds as the Brooklyn Nets survived for a wild 115-113 win over the Washington Wizards on Friday. After the Wizards drained final-second shots to force both overtime sessions, Johnson returned the favor with a deep bomb from the right wing...
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