Found December 06, 2011 on Washington Post:
The NBA released its lockout-shortened 2011-12 schedule tonight. Here is the schedule for the Washington Wizards: DECEMBER Dec. 26, Monday, vs New Jersey 7:00 Dec. 28, Wednesday, vs Atlanta 7:30 Read full article >>

Wizards’ Jan Vesely, Kevin Seraphin set to return; training camp might be delayed

When training camp begins on Friday – if training camp begins on Friday – the Wizards should have all seven players under contract and their three first-round draft picks. Jan Vesely and Kevin Seraphin have both resolved their problems abroad and are expected to arrive in time for the first workout of the season. Read full article >>

Wizards’ Othyus Jeffers “about a month away” from returning to action

When Wizards restricted free agent forward Othyus Jeffers revealed that he suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee during a workout in Chicago last July, the likelihood that he would return to the NBA this season seemed as tenuous as the chances there would actually be a season. Read full article >>

New amnesty details will not affect Wizards’ plans

The CBA’s amnesty provision has sparked plenty of speculation and perhaps unwarranted buzz for those hoping for more player movement around the league. Wizards President Ernie Grunfeld said last week that “in all likelihood” the team would not waive any player on the roster. The Wizards informed Rashard Lewis’s representatives last week that they have no intention of using...

Wizards’ John Wall: ‘I’m a veteran now’

John Wall’s second season came close to being delayed by another year, as NBA owners and players waited until late November to salvage a 66-game season. Though he wasn’t pleased to lose almost 20 percent of his salary for the upcoming season, Wall did find a way to take advantage of the extended offseason. Read full article >>

The Washington Wizards’ biggest moments of 2011

It’s nearly time to close the book on 2011, a year that was nothing if not eventful for D.C.’s pro sports teams. Starting today, we’re asking you to rank the year’s biggest moment for each of the teams — the Wizards as well as the Capitals, Nationals, Redskins, and D.C. United. In the box below, you have the choice of picking which of two moments from 2011 was bigger. Vote...

Wizards’ John Wall on being silly and serious

John Wall wearing gigantic lime-green glasses as he watched Kentucky defeat North Carolina was probably one of the more surprising images of the weekend. CBS repeatedly captured Wall in the stands at Rupp Arena in Lexington, Ky., sporting the ridiculous look as he chatted with his good friend and former teammate DeMarcus Cousins. Read full article >>

Wall elevates intensity — and expectations for Wizards teammates

The eyes are a little more intense than they were last season, as though living through the uncertainty of the NBA lockout made him grow up just a little bit faster. John Wall would be the first to agree. Set to begin his second season as the Washington Wizards' point ...

Former Wizards coach Eddie Jordan is back coaching — high school freshmen

Former Wizards coach Eddie Jordan has returned to coaching – though not how you would expect. Less than two years after he was fired by the Philadelphia 76ers, Jordan is coaching the freshman basketball team at his alma mater, Archbishop Carroll. Jordan was the most successful Wizards coach in recent memory, leading the franchise to 197 wins and four playoff appearances before...

Roger Mason Jr. expected to sign one-year deal with Wizards

The Wizards are close to bringing back District native Roger Mason Jr. Players are unable to reach oral or written deals with teams until the new collective bargaining agreement is ratified but Mason is set to have his second run with his hometown team, according to multiple people with knowledge of the situation. Read full article >>

Wizards rookies Mack, Singleton have a lot to prove

Shelvin Mack never doubted there would an NBA season. The unfailingly positive Wizards rookie guard posted "think positive" on his Twitter account on a regular basis. Mack can't wait to get to work with John Wall and bring home his first paycheck. "I think me and John complement each other ...

Lockout's over, so uncertainty begins for Wizards' Jordan Crawford, Rashard Lewis

As players continue to trickle into Verizon Center before the start of Friday's training camp, Rashard Lewis and Jordan Crawford took to the Washington Wizards' new practice court for the first time. When the NBA lockout ended, it was Lewis who faced an uncertain future, and Crawford an uncertain role. ...
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