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Rookie Kemba Walker assembled his first NBA triple-double Saturday, finishing with 20 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds, but the Charlotte Bobcats fell to the Washington Wizards 102-99 at Time…Click to Continue »
BEST OF MAXIM
The Wizards are terrible. We know that. The team’s dysfunctional behavior has been well documented with a quarter of the NBA season done. But Saturday night, they got a win against the Bobcats and John Wall had a sick dunk over Tyrus Thomas. See, all is not lost. It’s not too late for John Wall [...]
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The Charlotte Bobcats are not having a good season. Neither are the Washington Wizards for that matter. Given the records of the two teams entering tonight’s game it would be completely understandable if not many tuned in to watch. Those who did saw a fairly entertaining game. Bobcats center Byron Mullens had a career-high [...]
New Wizards Coach Randy Wittman was once a Washington Bullet, and then . . .
“I wasn’t,” Wittman said with a laugh before the Wizards’ morning shootaround on Friday in Houston. “I wore a hat. That’s about it.”
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How bad was that free throw attempt by DeSagana Diop? I doubt that was even within 3-feet of the rim. Even if Diop is a 7-foot-tall center from Senegal, that is a poor effort on his part. No wonder Charlotte dropped a 102-99 decision to the nearly as pathetic Wizards tonight.
That 10-second video clip perfectly sums up the Bobcats season to this point…ugly.
Andray Blatche started on the bench, played a little bit, and finished the game on the bench with a bag of ice wrapped around his left calf muscle.
Jan Vesely started his second straight game, played a lot, contributed and was on the floor for the final, critical possession, when Charlotte Bobcats guard Matt Carroll’s final three-point attempt hit the front of the rim.
Bismack Biyombo is spending his rookie year with the Bobcats learning defensive concepts while he improves his fundamental skills.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Finding the Washington Wizards a was easy a few days ago — simply look at the bottom of the NBA standings. But with a new coach in place, a couple of more wins in the books — including an all-important road win — the Wizards find themselves ...
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Lou Williams scored 17 points and Jrue Holiday had 15 to help the Philadelphia 76ers beat the Charlotte Bobcats 89-72 on Friday night.
Jodie Meeks scored 14 points for the Sixers, who bounced back from a rare home loss and still haven't lost two straight games all season.
The Sixers won in front of co-owners Will Smith and his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith....
The Eastern Conference's worst two teams square off for the second time this week Saturday when the Charlotte Bobcats play host to the Washington Wizards.
Bobcats coach Paul Silas wasn't on the court Friday night to see his team lose a season-high seventh straight game.
It’s already been a season of memorable Wizards quotes, from “wicked pixels” to “diaper breath,” from “This is your captain, Andray Blatche,” to “when I see them pull out a cigarette, I’ve got to take it out of their mouth.”
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JaVale McGee scored 22 points and had 10 rebounds as the Washington Wizards defeated the Charlotte Bobcats for the second time in a week, 102-99 on Saturday.
They are the young Bobcats. I hear the term so frequently, and use the term so frequently, I say we make it official. Get on your feet and meet and…Click to Continue »
JaVale McGee scored 22 points and had 10 rebounds as the Washington Wizards defeated the Charlotte Bobcats for the second time in a week, 102-99 on Saturday night. The matchup between two teams tied for the fewest wins in the NBA came down to the final shot, but Matt Carroll's 3-point attempt at the buzzer fell short.
JaVale McGee scored 22 points and had 10 rebounds as the Washington Wizards defeated the Charlotte Bobcats for the second time in a week, 102-99 on Saturday night.