Our series of NBA Draft profiles continues with a look at Indiana's Victor Oladipo. The DeMatha alumnus is one of the draft's most athletic and hardworking players, but does he fit with the Wizards current roster?
Reaction in D.C. to last night's NBA Draft Lottery can be accurately summed up as: OMG WIZARDS GOT THE NO. 3 PICK!!!
Our NBA Draft profiles continue with a look at Shabazz Muhammad, the one-time phenom whose stock has fallen from that of a top-overall pick a few years ago to the point that some are questioning whether he could fall out of the top 10 altogether.
Our NBA Draft profiles continue with Ukrainian-born Alex Len from the Maryland Terrapins, who could either be the association's next great center, or just the next European big man to bust in the NBA.
Jan Vesely had a rookie season to forget, so naturally more was expected of him in his second year in the NBA. How'd that turn out?
In this week's Wrap we, err, put a wrap on the Wizards' 2012-13 season, which didn't exactly go as planned, but per usual, gave us just enough to get excited about next year.
The Redskins are in desperate need of a ball-hawking safety, but is it worth taking a late-round shot on a high-risk, high-reward prospect who played his college ball a dozen miles from FedEx Field?
The Washington Wizards closed out their home schedule in dispiriting fashion, falling 97-86 to a Philadelphia 76ers team that gave up on their season a long time ago.
John Wall manages to get the ball to the plate, and Ted Leonsis gets some egg on his face in this week's busy Wrap.
Rounding up reaction to last night's 104-85 thumping of the Indiana Pacers, which took place with the 1978 championship Bullets team on hand.
In this week's Wrap, we're all a little depressed that Bradley Beal's sparkling rookie season has come to a premature end.
Rounding up reaction to Tuesday's 90-86 win over the Bulls, which featured another spectacular effort from John Wall.
Rounding up reaction to Sunday's 109-92 win over the Raptors, in which Bradley Beal returned from an ankle injury and led all scorers with 24 points off the bench.
Rounding up reaction to last night's 97-92 loss to the Orlando Magic, who came in on an eight-game losing streak and starting three rookies.
Offseason workouts with two trainers have finally begun to bear fruit for John Wall, who's amazed us all with the night-and-day improvement to his jump shot over the past month.
Rounding up reaction to last night's 101-92 loss, which wrapped up a 2-2 road trip for the Wizards and saw John Wall get ejected in the third quarter.
Rounding up reaction to last night's 103-100 road win over the Lakers, in which John Wall and Trevor Ariza led the shorthanded Wizards to their best road victory of the year.
Following a two-week hiatus, the Wrap is back. This week, John Wall thinks he's worth a max contract, Martell Webster is awesome, and Andray Blatche is not.
John Wall has just wrapped up the best week of his career and, statistically, one of the better weeks in three decades.
Recapping last night's 95-90 loss to the Cavaliers, in which the Wizards' bench failed to back up a sterling effort from John Wall.
Rounding up reaction to the Wizards 95-78 loss to the Nets, in which Deron Williams matched the Wiz with 33 points in the first half thanks to an NBA-record nine first-half three pointers. Gak!
What effect did the Nene trade have on the Wizards locker room? For one, it gave the kids an adult to look up to.
The rookie guard is off crutches, but his sprained left ankle will most likely keep him out of Wednesday's road contest against the Minnesota Timberwolves.