Found February 06, 2013 on
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Wednesday Wizards Report Since last week the Wizards have stumbled a bit and went 1-3 over that stretch. All three losses were on our mini road trip which saw us lose to The Sixers, The Grizzlies, and The Spurs. After our three game losing streak the Wiz got a win Monday over a Griffin-less and Paul-less Clippers team in the Phone Booth. Monday’s game against the Clips was by far our best performance since last Wednesday, but with the Clippers’ best two players out, we should beat them. But after watching a week of basketball and hearing trade rumblings across the league, none of which really talk about the Wizards making a move, I’m taking it upon myself to stir up some rumblings of two trades I would love to see the Wiz pursue. You have to remember though, Grunfeld is still the GM, and his forte isn’t making sound trades that really help this team out. So that’s why I’m here, to entertain the idea of two trades that could really help the Wiz moving forward. So let’s dig right in....
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Washington Wizards guard John Wall made an impressive play with a one-man fast break during the first quarter Wednesday night's game at the Verizon Center against the New York Knicks. Wall blocked Carmelo Anthony from behind on the defensive end and went coast-to-coast, breaking out a spin move in the lane before finishing with a layup. The play set the tone for the game...
John Wall had 21 points and nine assists, Trevor Ariza scored 20 points and the Washington Wizards broke the New York Knicks' five-game winning streak with a 106-96 victory on Wednesday night.
The Wizards also snapped New York's 10-game winning streak over them.
Wall, playing in front of his college coach, John Calipari, and Hall of Famer Magic Johnson, scored 10 points...
Washington Wizards swingman Martell Webster is on a heater. He dropped five treys Wednesday en route to 19 points (6-11 FG, 2-2 FT) with two rebounds and two assists in 42 minutes.
In his last five games, he's averaging 15.2 points, 3 3-pointers, 3 rebounds, 1.6 assists and .8 steals in 32.8 minutes. He's owned in just 16 percent of Yahoo leagues.
Get him while he...
Tweet Heading into Wednesday’s game against the New York Knicks the Washington Wizards were owners of a 12-35 record, placing them fourteenth of fifteen NBA Eastern Conference teams. You wouldn’t be alone in wondering how much better Washington would be had John Wall been available from the opening game, instead of since January 12 [...]
While wins haven't been easy to come by for the Washington Wizards, they've held their own against some of the NBA's best teams.
Looking to continue that trend, Washington hopes to have rookie Bradley Beal available as it goes for an eighth win in its last nine home games Friday night against the Brooklyn Nets, who needed two overtimes to win in the nation's capital...