The Washington Wizards swingman, James Singleton cleans up a missed shot with a thunderous put-pack slam during the 2nd quarter of Monday night’s matchup between the Washington Wizards and the Charlotte Bobcats
The game may not have playoff implications, but my oh my can this young man throw it down with some power!
As the last week unwound, it was a common occurrence for fans to see Wizards players strewn left and right, unable to move from sheer exhaustion. With nearly every forward getting injured, Washington started working with an incredibly limiting bench.
“It’s tough because we have Book and Nene, who’ve both got more than 10 point per game average,” Kevin Seraphin said. “So...
Trevor Booker first fell victim to plantar fasciitis and put pressure on the rest of the team to pick up the slack. Almost like a virus, Nene dropped to the same injury just days later. With Andray Blatche sidelined to improve his conditioning, the Wizards were left without a starting center.
This provided Kevin Seraphin with his spotlight sooner than most had expected.
Through the transition from March to April, John Wall’s production had dropped off. It was not terrible, but the usual 15-20 points per game was disappearing. A 14-point ceiling seemed to emerge.
Randy Wittman was quick to point things out.
“He needs to take a step back and simplify things. He’s trying to do too much too fast right now. Sometimes it’s easier to take a step...
Journeyman forward James Singleton has been a Clipper and a Wizard. In other words, he knows what it’s like to lose basketball games. When made aware of Charlotte’s abysmal record, even he was taken aback.
“I looked at the board and saw 7-47 and I was like, ‘Errrr,’” said Singleton, via The Washington Post.
Dunk rating on the Starbury Nastiness Scale...
For those wondering whether or not the Wizards will try to tank the rest of the season for a higher draft pick, wonder no more.
The Wizards pretty much summed up how they felt about that idea last night after they manhandled the Charlotte Bobcats by nearly 30 points and improved to 3-0 in their season series against the NBA’s worst team.
In a not-so-marquee game featuring the...
This slick connection from second-year point-guard, John Wall, to first-year power-forward, Jan Vesely, came with just about four minutes to go in the first quarter.
John Wall sure makes the art of passing look easy.
Kevin Seraphin had a career night for Washington while taking advantage of Dwight Howard's absence from Orlando's lineup.
Seraphin had career-bests with 24 points and 13 rebounds and tied his high with four blocks to lead the Wizards to a 93-85 victory over the Magic on Tuesday night.
"So you've got a night where you don't have to play against the best center...
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Kevin Seraphin took advantage of Dwight Howard's absence from Orlando's lineup, getting career highs of 24 points and 13 rebounds to lead the Washington Wizards to a 93-85 victory over the Magic on Tuesday night.
Jordan Crawford scored 21 points, John Wall had 15 and Cartier Martin and James Singleton -- both on 10-day contracts with the Wizards -- added...
Jordan Crawford scored 20 points and Washington got 67 points from their reserves as the Wizards hammered the Charlotte Bobcats 113-85 Monday night in a matchup of the NBA's two worst teams.
James Singleton had 18 points and 12 rebounds and Cartier Martin chipped in with 19 points as the Wizards (13-44) swept the three-game season series from the Bobcats. John Wall scored just...
Kevin Seraphin took advantage of Dwight Howard's absence from Orlando's lineup, getting career highs of 24 points and 13 rebounds to lead the Washington Wizards to a 93-85 victory over the Magic on Tuesday night.
Jordan Crawford scored 21 points, John Wall had 15 and Cartier Martin and James Singleton - both on 10-day contracts with the Wizards - added 12 points apiece....
(34-23) vs. (13-44) Time/TV: 7 p.m./FSFloridaLine: Magic by 5.5Tickets: $9-$440 on TiqIQSeason Series: Won 103-85 in Orlando on Jan. 4; Won 109-103 in Orlando on Feb. 1; Won 102-95 in Washington on Feb. 29; Tonight in Washington, D.C.
While other teams are fighting for wins to strengthen their playoff positioning, both the young Washington Wizards and Charlotte Bobcats are experiencing painful lessons in simply getting into winning position.
The bottom feeders of the Eastern Conference have an opportunity to end losing streaks at the other's expense Monday night at Charlotte.
To put the 19 combined wins...
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