Found January 11, 2012 on
Larry Brown Sports:
The NBA has been back since Christmas, yet the Wizards picked up their first victory of the season on Tuesday. There are a couple of other teams with two wins and several others with only three, but at the moment Washington appears to be in a class of its own. Naturally, people want answers. The Wizards were one of the league’s worst teams a year ago and vowed to improve with their young talent this season. Instead, they have gotten worse. On Monday, Flip Saunders gave an interesting excuse regarding take on what has contributed to his team’s struggles.
“I’ve never been a proponent of (summer exhibition games),” Saunders said according to CSNWashington.com. “I think you pick up too many bad habits and a lot of things you think are going to be very easy [are not]. I don’t think I saw a charge all summer long.
“Usually what happens is it’s on the best player and the coach. That’s part of the responsibility that we all have. The positive thing is that when you’re the best player, you’r
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Before John Wall lets this season slip out of his grasp like a careless pass on a fast break, Wizards Coach Flip Saunders met with his second-year point guard on Monday to implore him not to focus on the problems or pressures of the present and think about the next steps of his career.
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Since the NBA was in a lockout for most of this summer and fall many players took up playing in pick up and summer leagues games. Many star players including Kevin Durant, John Wall, James Harden where hitting the gyms constantly. I thought this was good for the NBA players it kept them in shape and out of trouble.
The players that kept on playing would be in the best...
The pitiful Washington Wizards claimed their first win of the season against Toronto last night, but head coach Flip Saunders wants his point guard to focus on the future. Per the WaPo: “It’s not where we’ve been, it’s where we’re going. This is a great opportunity for you to establish your legacy and where you’re going with it,’ Saunders said he told [John] Wall....
Despite the Wizards being off to a franchise-worst 0-8 start, the organization does not have any intention of firing Coach Flip Saunders at this time, according to two sources with knowledge of the situation.
In more than two seasons with the team, Saunders is just 49-123 and the Wizards have set franchise records for consecutive road [...]
Washington Wizards point guard John Wall announced today that his eponymous dance will now conclude with silent weeping and a holding of the head.
“You always have to keep it fresh. I don’t want the kids to see the J...
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The Washington Wizards might be the NBA's most dysfunctional team but that doesn't mean they can provide the highlights courtesy of John Wall.
Wall's latest victim to make his highlight reel is Chicago Bulls' John Lucas III.
Lucas, who made his first start for the Bulls and played extremely well in the win (25 pts, 8 reb, 8 ast), had his personal moment ruined by...
Michael Lee of The Washington Post: The Washington Wizards are off to their worst start in franchise history, and with each loss Coach Flip Saunders and his players find it harder to explain or excuse the struggles. They are the third-youngest team in the NBA, with an average age of 25.02, and eight players on the roster have fewer than three years of experience. But while youth...
by Charles Peach / @Charles_Peach
Strange, unpredictable things happen in the beginning of the NBA season. Some of them are easier to explain than others. Why is Spencer Hawes a Top-10 fantasy player? I’ll pass on that one and move on to some that I have a chance at answering correctly.
What should I do with John Wall?
Wall owners should be looking to trade him after his next...
After the Wizards recorded victory number one of this still youngish season, several players went online to record their reaction.
John Wall went with mature cliches.
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