In a thrilling game that ended with a game winner by Markieff Morris, the Washington Wizards beat the Portland Trailblazers 125-124 for their 5th straight win.
The first quarter started off as a shootout between these two teams. Despite the Wizards putting up 30 points, the Blazers when above it with
Opening with two straight losses wasn't ideal for the Washington Wizards after All-Star Break. Their upcoming schedule is taxing. This they know, and if they didn't the media told them every chance they could. Golden State would be the opponent they would have to bounce back against. John Wall would come
The league's best team now has double digits losses after the Washington Wizards defeated the Golden State Warriors 112-108 in Washington D.C.
The Wizards were not intimidated by the league's best team in D.C Tuesday night. Hometown native Kevin Durant left the game due to a knee injury early in the
The Washington Wizards will go into the all-star break with a win after a 111-98 win over the Indiana Pacers to take the season series 3-1.
In the first quarter, Otto Porter, Jr. showed why he is the league's best three-point shooter. Porter hit five threes for 15 first quarter points.
The Washington Wizards bounce back at home with a victory over the Indiana Pacers 112-107. Although the Wizards 17 straight wins at home ended, they were looking to start a streak against the Pacers. John Wall had six points and six assists while Jeff Teague had nine points and three
There is an old phrase that goes, "everything is so much better when you're winning." You can ask the Washington Wizards how that feels. The Wizards have won eight of their last ten games, five of those eight wins were at the Verizon Wireless Center. Washington has a huge task
Sometimes to find a solution to a problem you may end up trying everything. That is exactly what head coach Scott Brooks has done with the Washington Wizards. Last night when the Wizards hosted the Charlotte Hornets, Markieff Morris had to sit out because he was injured. Morris's injury gave
The Washington Wizards had a three-game road trip that in a vacuum, looked pretty daunting. Two of the three games included match-ups against the San Antonio Spurs and the Oklahoma City Thunder, the last game coming against the Brooklyn Nets.
Being realistic, if the Wizards could manage to somehow go 2-1
Sometimes in life, you must deal with the cards you're dealt. In the case of the Wizards, they were dealt a hand of cards that didn't include their two leaders John Wall and Bradley Beal last night in Chicago. So on the fly, the Wizards had to engage in the