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The Wizards reportedly had a chance to acquire James Harden in a trade, but they supposedly turned it down. Read more about the deal.
Wednesday Wizards Report Give Wizards fans a real present this Christmas When December rolls around the general public gets in the holiday mood and starts spreading holiday cheer. For us Wizards fans though, December has brought some painful times. You have to go all the way back to the 2007-2008 season to see the last time we had a winning record at this point in December. And...
Congratulations to Shelvin Mack who today was named the NBADL Performer of the Week!
— Maine Red Claws (@maineredclaws) December 10, 2012
Congratulations to Shelvin Mack of the Red Claws for being named D-League Player of the Week. Mack, a 6'3" point guard, led the Red Claws to a 3-0 record for the week, averaging 22.3 points, 7.3 assists, 4.7 rebounds and 41.3 minutes...
Don’t expect to see John Wall on the court anytime soon. With a 2-15 record, why in the world would the Wizards try to rush the recovery of their star player? Here’s what coach Randy Wittman said about Wall’s situation:
“We’re going to look at a lot of different things. John’s bearing doesn’t play with that because John’s still some weeks from getting on the floor...
It should be fairly obvious that the Washington Wizards are a poorly run organization. But if you by chance need a concrete reason to believe that the Wizards are poorly run organization, a report in the Washington Post should give you ample reason.
According to the report, the Wizards had a deal in place with Oklahoma City that would have brought James Harden to town. All they had...
Jordan Crawford scored 26 points and the Washington Wizards spoiled the return of overall No. 1 pick Anthony Davis, beating the New Orleans Hornets 77-70 on Tuesday night.
Bradley Beal added 15 points for the Wizards, who trailed by as many as 13 and never led until the fourth quarter. Washington won for the first time on the road after losing its first eight away from home this...
John Wall, who is currently inactive and has no timetable to return to the Wizards, celebrated Serge Ibaka’s girlfriend, Keri Hilson’s, birthday at Vanquish Nightclub in Atlanta Saturday night with Wale, BoB, and Tika Sumpter.
While there's a chance Anthony Davis could return to the New Orleans Hornets' lineup as early as Tuesday night, recent news surrounding fellow former No. 1 overall pick John Wall hasn't been as promising.
That doesn't bode well for a Washington Wizards team that saw a couple of other key players go down last week.
The Hornets try for a sixth win in eight matchups...
The Washington Wizards turned down a trade with the Oklahoma City Thunder for James Harden this summer because team owner Ted Leonsis was unwilling to commit to what would have been a roughly $80 million, five-year contract for the high-scoring player, according to multiple people with knowledge of the proposed deal.
The Wizards would have sent rookie guard Bradley Beal and...
NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- Jordan Crawford scored 26 points and the Washington Wizards spoiled the return of overall No. 1 pick Anthony Davis, beating the New Orleans Hornets 77-70 on Tuesday night.
Bradley Beal added 15 points for the Wizards, who trailed by as many as 13 and never led until the fourth quarter. Washington won for the first time on the road after losing its first eight...
Following a birthday night out in ATL with Wizards’ John Wall, Keri Hilson flew to OKC for another celebration with her current boyfriend, Serge Ibaka:
Wizards fall to 3-15 with loss at Houston. James Harden scored 31. [WaPo]
All the scenarios in which the Wiz didn’t trade for Harden. [Bullets Forever]
John Wall is having his knee reexamined tomorrow. Yay. [Chris Broussard]
Phil Simms addresses the fact his son has a Kyle Shanahan tattoo. [Bog]
RGIII practiced some yesterday, says his knee is improving. [The Insider]