Found November 10, 2012 on
At the beginning of the 2012-2013 season, which feels like a year ago given the poor play over the first four games, critics all acknowledged the fact that the Wizards were going to be hurting in the big-man department.
Kevin Seraphin was injured, Nene is out for the indefinite future, Okafor had a poor preseason, Brian Cook was dropped, and the only player left was Earl Barron and Jan Vesely.
Now, even with Nene still out, the Wizards are thriving off points in the paint. Seraphin is balling out every time he touches the floor (sans last night’s game versus the Bucks), Booker is always making progress on the stat sheet and it seems like Emeka Okafor is starting to come into his game as he ended last night’s contest with 11 points, six boards and only one turnover.
What the Wizards face now is a glaring hole at the point guard position. A.J. Price and Jannero Pargo were borderline worthless again versus the Bucks. Price ended up with 12 points and nine assists last night, but he ...
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Image courtesy @KevinHineWoA with WizOfAwes.com Prior to this year’s Wizards season tipping off, I had an article in the que titled “This is Bradley Beal’s Team until John Wall Returns.” I was even going to do a whole Batman/Robin bit too (since Beal has proclaimed his love for Batman) on how Beal could be the Batman on this team for now. Three games into the season...
Tweet The Washington Wizards dropped to 0-4 on Friday with a 101-91 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks. Wizards rookie Bradley Beal had the best scoring game of his young career with 22 points, but this play is what many will remember about his fourth NBA game. Beal received a Flagrant Foul 2 and [...]
The Milwaukee Bucks defeated the Washington Wizards Friday night, 101 to 91. The Bucks moved to 3-1, and the Wizards fell to 0-4.
The Wizards started the game with a 12-0 run. The Bucks spent the first two minutes missing shots, turning the ball over, and allowing breakout layups. It was spectacularly bad. Then they regrouped, shot well from the three point line, and got themselves...
WASHINGTON -- The game's conclusion included two ejections after a flagrant foul by Washington Wizards rookie Bradley Beal led to a retaliatory push to the ground by the Milwaukee Bucks' Brandon Jennings. The tipping point came when the Bucks' bench pushed back Washington's second half charge. Monta Ellis paced five double-digit scorers with 22 points and the...
The Washington Wizards opened last season with eight straight losses.
Already halfway there, they now visit a city where they haven't won in over five years.
One of two winless teams remaining in the NBA, the Wizards will try to capitalize on the struggling Indiana Pacers on Saturday night.
Washington (0-4) started 2011-12 with eight straight losses, and eventually fired coach...
WASHINGTON -- Monta Ellis paced five double-digit scorers with 22 points and the Milwaukee Bucks' reserves keyed a 13-0 second-half run in a 101-91 win over the Washington Wizards on Friday night. Mike Dunleavy and Larry Sanders each scored 13 points off the bench. Sanders and fellow reserves Ekpe Udoh and Beno Udrih carried the entire scoring load during the decisive spurt...
The generation of social media we are living in today has bridged many connections between fans and the rest of the sports world, granting access to their favorite teams and athletes. The type of access our daddys would have only dreamed of attaining. So this year, WE are proud to offer Wizards fans a segment that will reveal the week’s top three Wizards-related tweets, Facebook...