John Wall is insane.
Al Harrington's knee has been a jerk lately, but it didn't stop Harrington from helping the Wizards make the postseason -- and that's all he wanted.
Trevor Ariza will not be in the Washington Wizards team photo...or will he?
The Nuggets get a roster spot, the Wizards get a point guard, and the 76ers get PICKZZZ
Back on December 4th when the Portland Trail Blazers were taking the NBA world by storm with the best record in the league, they sent out a little something on Twitter that set the basketball blogosphere world on fire: Is it too late to join the Eastern Conference? Asking for a friend.
Marcin Gortat was able to enjoy treat a group of local Charlotte Polish students to a double double.
The Wizards should be good. The Wizards are bad. What gives?
In line with legions of potential-laden youngsters, the elusive ingredient John Wall lacked was consistency. After returning from a knee injury last season, Wall gave us a preview of just how devastating he could be when given the ability to harness his talent by pure exercise of will. Today, his floorsmanship is prestidigitation on 94x50 parameters. Basically, he's scary good. And he's only going to get better.
The season's still early, but our writers have OPINIONS. And these OPINIONS will be heard, DAMMIT.
No team relies on the corner three like the Wizards. And for one play, Trevor Ariza used that tendency to trick the Mavs into giving up an easy layup.