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John Wall: "Get him out of the game!"Context: The Hawks scored the first 11 points of the game and led 19-4 before John Wall decided to send a charge into his team by scoring eight consecutive points for the team. But his frustration was apparent early on, as he looked at Coach Flip Saunders and shouted about one the Wizards’ starters, "Get him out of the game!"Puts waiting for Kirk Hinrich to come back and replace Pargo and Green in perspective.HT: Bullets Forever
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John Wall is not yet a "floor general." He's not quite a "facilitator," although he's closing in on becoming the Washington Wizards' "engine." It remains to be seen what sort of metaphor develops to describe the second-year guard out of Kentucky, who visits the Garden on Sunday to face the Celtics. More than any other position, point guard...
Maurice Evans remains sidelined with a sore right knee and will get an MRI when the Wizards return home from Milwaukee. Evans re-signed with the Wizards before their preseason opener but has been unable to practice the past week after development pain and swelling in his surgically-repaired knee.
He said the pain was reminiscent to what he felt before having surgery in August of...
Washington coach Flip Saunders got Roger Mason involved early Friday against Milwaukee.
One problem: Saunders forgot to put him on the active list.
The Wizards were whistled for a technical foul in the first quarter after Mason entered the game despite being ineligible to play.
Mason checked in for Jordan Crawford with 3:27 remaining and made a baseline jumper seven seconds later...
It might surprise you to know Andray Blatche is a team captain for the Washington Wizards. The sometimes moody Blatche is a middling player, averaging a career-high 16.8 points per game and 8.2 rebounds per game, although he shot just 44.5 percent from the floor and seemed to favor his mid-range jumper more than any post moves he might have.
But Blatche is a team captain, and you...
The Washington Wizards opened the regular season on Monday with a loss to the New Jersey Nets at Verizon Center, blowing a 21-point first half lead.
After the game, Andray Blatche ignited a firestorm by calling for more touches in the paint, then telling his critics to “shut up” via Twitter. Check out Jason Reid’s take on Blatche’s qualifications to be team captain.
Nick Young is leading the Wizards in scoring.
WASHINGTON — It took only one game for the new-look Wizards to resemble their same old dysfunctional selves.Andray Blatche took to Twitter yesterday to, in effect, criticize the way his criticisms were criticized following the Wizards’ season-opening loss to the Nets.“Every body need to shut up I didn’t...
Jordan Crawford is returning to Atlanta in a much different — and better position — than he left. Crawford was a seldom-used reserve on a playoff team, settling for garbage-time minutes whenever the Hawks had gotten enough out of all-star in Joe Johnson and sixth-man extraordinaire Jamal Crawford.
But when the Wizards face the Hawks on Wednesday, Jordan Crawford is a starting...
The Wizards avoided facing Kirk Hinrich when they got trounced by 18 points on Wednesday in Atlanta, but that didn’t necessarily mean that his presence wasn’t felt.
Hinrich has been sidelined since early November as he recovers from surgery to remove a cyst and repair the labrum in his left shoulder and feels like he’s only “got one foot in” with the Hawks since he can’t...
Andray Blatche talked about his criticisms over the play-calling in the Wizards' season-opening loss.
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Washington Wizards vs Milwaukee Bucks Odds
The visiting Wizards hope to send their backers to the pay window on Friday as they look to cover the spread at Bradley Center against the Bucks.
The Bucks currently sports a record of 1-1, and have posted a corresponding betting slate of 0-2 ATS. The Wizards are 0-2 and 0-2 ATS...
It took only one game for the new-look Washington Wizards to resemble their same old dysfunctional selves. Andray Blatche took to Twitter on Tuesday to, in effect, criticize the way his criticisms were criticized following the Wizards' season-opening loss to the New Jersey Nets.