Found October 29, 2012 on
Before the team was named the Washington Wizards, they were known as the Bullets and nothing captured that Bullet spirit than the 1978 championship team.
Led by center Wes Unseld, the Bullets faced the Seattle Super Sonics in a thrilling game 7 in Seattle. Players such as Unseld, Dennis Johnson, Paul Silas, Bob Danridge, Elvin Hyes, Jack Sikma, Freddie Brown, and many more future legendary players on both sides put on a show for the fans and left one of the greatest NBA Finals series in NBA history.
So on this Wizards day, we honor the team's roots and remember when the Bullets brought glory to Washington as they captured their first NBA crown.
BEST OF MAXIM
What does an NBA player do when he gets off a plane and realizes he left his keys in another city? If you're Martell Webster, you take refuge in your vehicle.
Complete Roster Breakdown and Season Outlook When will Wizards fans see this group on the court together? We are on the eve of the tip off to the Washington Wizards 2012-2013 campaign folks and hopefully this season brings us more joy than seasons past. With a re-tooled roster, bad baggage dropped, and a promising rookie there are lots of things to get excited about in DC. This...
The Wizards have cut Shelvin Mack and Brian Cook, leaving Jannero Pargo and Earl Barron on their regular season roster.
The Washington Wizards got their roster down to 15 players on Sunday by waiving center-forward Brian Cook and guard Shelvin Mack. Cook had been signed by Washington to a training camp contract on September 17 after averaging 3.1 points and 2.5 rebounds for the Wizards last season. Mack averaged 3.6 points and 2.0 assists as a rookie last season.
cavaliers 94 wizards 8410/30/2012 - Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, OH ESPN BoxscoreNBA.com Game Highlights
Wizards Player of the Game
Earl Barron. One of the biggest sparks of the late third quarter and fourth quarter run, Barron pulled out eight points, eigt boards, a steal and a block. Without him, the Wizards might have found themselves in a blowout that seemed to be...
Believe it or not, the NBA's regular season is this week. To get you ready, Crossover Chronicles will be profiling a team each day for the next few weeks. This week is the Southeast Division. Today is the Washington Wizards.
2011-12 Record: 20-46
Key Losses: Andray Blatche (amnestied), James Singleton (free agent), Rashard Lewis (traded to New Orleans)
I love opening day of any sport.
I’ve discussed this point ad nauseam, but there’s nothing like that feeling of the unknown. Staring at a blank canvas, and yeah, you’re limited to the colors in your palette, but the possibilities are endless. The season could be anything.
Basketball, of course, is a bit of a different animal though. In baseball, you have a 162 game marathon...
One franchise point guard hopes to begin his quest to lead a team out of the NBA doldrums Tuesday night, while another will have to wait a couple more weeks.
John Wall won't be able to go for the Washington Wizards in this season opener in Cleveland, but the Cavaliers are hoping to have Kyrie Irving available less than a week after the reigning rookie of the year had four wisdom...
Here's the primer for tonight's season-opener between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Washington Wizards;
VENUE: Quicken Loans ArenaTIP-OFF: 7:13 p.m.RECORDS: Cavaliers 0-0, Wizards 0-0TV: FOX Sports Ohio HD; NBA League passRADIO: WTAM-1100 AM (6:30 p.m.)PROBABLE STARTERSCavs vs. WizardsC Anderson Varejao vs. Emeka OkaforF Tristan Thompson vs. Trevor BookerF Alonzo Gee...