Found February 29, 2012 on Washington Post:
The Wizards were oh-so close to completing an improbable comeback, oh-so close to winning a game that they would have easily conceded, without much resistance, in the first half of the season. John Wall weaved around and tossed in a running floater that gave the Wizards a one-point lead with 6.8 seconds remaining and he received flying chest-bumps and high-fives as he headed to the bench. Read full article >>

Video: JaVale Mcgee throws in dunk

The Wizards' JaVale McGee will never get confused for a Rhodes Scholar, but the guy is as freaky athletic as they come. He put a new meaning to dunking from the free throw line Tuesday against the Bucks. McGee took an errant pass, gathered himself along the baseline and then wasn't going to be denied. He was in Kareem Abdul Jabbar skyhook territory, but instead of pulling...

The Washington Wizards want to trade Andray Blatche, but of course, no one wants him

Much to the Washington Wizard’s chagrin, it seems that no one in the NBA is interested in trading for a less than mediocre big man that challenges fans to fights on Twitter and has hosted an event called “Lap Dance Tuesday”.  Or better known as Andray Blatche.But that hasn’t stopped the Wizards from mightily trying to swing a deal to unload Blatche. But again, no one wants...

McGee and Young Benched; Wizards' Comeback Falls Short

Milwaukee has become a trendy city for the Wizards this season. Roger Mason, Jr can’t seem to catch a break there and the Wizards defense doesn’t seem to show up until the third quarter. Mason, who was actually able to shout "present" this time during the attendance call, was enduring a very productive game until he two-stepped his way to a traveling violation, failing...

Wizards at Bucks: Game 34 discussion thread

The Wizards had a turbulent first half of the season, losing 26 of their first 33 games and with former coach Flip Saunders getting canned in the process. But Coach Randy Wittman told his players not to look back on their struggles and try to make the most of what is in front of them, beginning on Tuesday against the Milwaukee Bucks. Read full article >>

Hope Springs Eternal: A Positive Outlook for the Wizards

The Wizards begin the second half of the season tonight against the Milwaukee Bucks. After a disappointing and frustrating first half of the season, which included my friends all laughing at me, I’m still hopeful and optimistic about this team. Now I know you’re probably wondering what makes me sanguine about the Wizards prospects, and I’m glad you asked. It all starts with...

JaVale McGee throws ball in basket

Just another day in the life of Wizards center/D.C. performance artist JaVale McGee, whose season of surrealism will one day be studied in art schools and/or blogging symposiums. Above, via @JohnCTownsend, please see video of the newest dunk craze sure to sweep the nation, the “throw the ball into the basket in a dunking fashion from a few feet away from the basket while using...

Recap: Milwaukee vs. Washington

After John Wall's off-balance floater temporarily gave Washington a one-point lead, Ersan Ilyasova's tip-in with two seconds remaining lifted the Bucks to a 119-118 victory over the Wizards.

Washington Wizards (7-26) at Milwaukee Bucks (13-20), 8 p.m. (ET)

Two teams hoping for better results in the second half of the NBA season clash tonight in Brew City, as the Milwaukee Bucks take on the Washington Wizards from the Bradley Center.
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