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Fan confuses Washington Wizards’ Martell Webster for other Wizard Chris Singleton (VIDEO)

This poor sap Washington Wizards fan was put to shame for calling starting Washington Wizards guard Martell Webster for reserve guard/forward Chris Singleton. Webster (left) stands 6’7″, 230 pounds.  Singleton (right) checks in at 6’9″, 228. via espn.com Dear Wizards fan, These guys look nothing alike. You deserve to be shamed. Do not pass go. Do not collect $200. Tim ...
Via It's Always Sunny in Detroit
6 hours ago  |  Discuss

John Wall scores 29 points to lead Washington to 106-99 victory

Late in the fourth quarter of the Washington Wizards’ 106-99 victory over the Detroit Pistons, a fan behind the Wizards’ bench shouted, “Let Wall shoot. He can’t shoot it.” John Wall walked away, wiping the sweat from his nose and acting as if he didn’t hear the man. He then turned around and winked in his direction. A few minutes later, Wall would prove the fan wrong...
Via Pro Sports Daily
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Game recap: John Wall gets surgical in Motown

Wizards 106 Pistons 99 December 30, 2013 The Palace of Auburn Hills, Auburn Hills, MI NBA.com highlights If there was any question about the resiliency of this team, tonight’s game squashed that noise. The Wizards clawed their way to a comeback victory in Detroit on a night the Pistons looked destined to get revenge for […]The post Game recap: John Wall gets surgical in Motown...
Via Hoop District
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Washington 106, Detroit 82, Game 27 of 82 (Wizards 13-14)

Photo Credit: timesunion.com   After Friday night’s forgettable performance at Minnesota, the Wizards were primed to show the home fans a better effort. The Pistons were coming into Verizon Center after having lost in Orlando Friday night. On Saturday night, Washington’s dominant first half showed the difference a day can make. Since the two teams meet again in Detroit on Monday...
Via DC Sports-Kings
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Game recap: Wizards bounce back hard; destroy the Pistons

Wizards 106 Pistons 82 December 27, 2013 Verizon Center, Washington, DC NBA.com highlights Let’s face it. NO one saw that coming. But goddamn am I happy it actually came. One night removed from being obliterated in the Twin Cities, the Wizards nit picked at the Pistons for a quarter and a half before they began […]The post Game recap: Wizards bounce back hard; destroy the Pistons...
Via Hoop District
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Wizards' Bradley Beal plays with bruised left knee

The Washington Wizards got a scare on Friday night against the Minnesota Timberwolves when Bradley Beal was carried from the floor with what looked like an awkward twist to his knee.  Generally, in such circumstances, the injury is serious. In this case, the injury wasn't nearly as bad as it initially appeared.As reported by Brett Pollakoff at NBCSports.com, Jeff Goodman, ESPN...
Via Sports Injury Alert
2 days ago  |  Discuss

TOP FRANCHISE PLAYERS: Washington Wizards Editon

The Washington Wizards debut came during the 1963 NBA season after moving from Chicago to Baltimore for 10-years before they eventually moved to the nation’s capital. The Washington franchise has seen its fair share of all-star caliber players so let’s count down the five best in the organizations history!   5. Jeff Malone (1984-1990) Position: […]The post TOP FRANCHISE PLAYERS...
Via The League News
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Bradley Beal and the Wizards defeat Pistons

John Wall took an outlet pass from Marcin Gortat and immediately saw Bradley Beal racing for the left corner. With the Detroit Pistons crowded him as he zipped into the painted area, Wall flipped an underhand pass to Beal, who buried a three-pointer that led the former to hop up and down and whirl three fingers in his face. On the next possession, Wall took an outlet pass from Nene...
Via Pro Sports Daily
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Game Report 27: Wizards 106 Pistons 82

THE GAME TURNED WHEN… After falling behind by 11 in the first quarter, the Pistons battled back to trail by five, 42-37. However, the Wizards went wild from that point, outscoring Detroit 20-4 until halftime, including a 12-0 run when Detroit failed to score in the last 4:53 of the second quarter. Both John Wall and Bradley Beal scored 10 points in the quarter and they delivered...
Via DC Pro Sports Report
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Gortat voices displeasure in perimeter defense

Following the Wizards’ loss to the Wolves last night, Marcin Gortat once again voiced his discontent with what’s going on around him on the floor. This time, he voiced his displeasure with the Wizards’ terrible perimeter defense. Per J. Michael of CSN: “He got a lot of offensive rebounds standing by himself under the rim. […]The post Gortat voices displeasure in perimeter...
Via Hoop District
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Wolves strong in return from holiday, dominate Washington

The Wolves returned from their holiday break looking more like the team they want to be, crushing the Washington Wizards 120-98 on Friday at Target Center as they shook off an early deficit and let Wizards guard John Wall do his thing in the first half. All five starters had scored in double figures by the third quarter. Kevin Love finished with 25 points and 11 rebounds. Nikola...
Via Pro Sports Daily
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Wizards' Lone National Game Of Season Eliminated

The Washington Wizards' lone nationally televised appearance of the season has been wiped from the Feb. 7 schedule in favor of a game between the Portland Trail Blazers and Indiana Pacers. The Wizards have their best record after 25 games in six years and are currently in the playoffs. The Wizards haven't been on ESPN since April 14, 2010 and on TNT during the rookie season of John Wall.
Via RealGM
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Randy Wittman hit in face with ball in perfectly timed photo

Washington Wizards head coach Randy Wittman was hit directly in the face with a basketball during Wednesday night's game in Brooklyn, and the moment was captured by photographer Jim McIsaac.Photo via Jim McIsaac via Twitter / @NewsdaySports.Talk about incredible timing. We are currently seeking out more specifics around the incident, including what part of the game it happened...
Via Holdout Sports
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Glen Rice injured himself during Wizards' celebration

Washington Wizards’ rookie guard Glen Rice Jr. is the latest athlete to get taken out by a vicious celebration. Please click here to read this story. The post Washington Wizards’ Glen Rice injures his wrist during celebration appeared first on Players View.
Via Players View
12 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Knicks completely blow final sequence in loss to Wizards

Washington Wizards shooting guard Bradley Beal missed nine games with a stress injury to his right leg, so what better way to re-acclimate to game speed than by playing against the sorry New York Knicks! Beal notched 21 points and 8 rebounds at Madison Square Garden Monday night, including the eventual game-winner, which came on a drive against poor Beno Udrih, who was left on an...
Via Next Impulse Sports
14 days ago  |  Discuss
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