Jeff Newman

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Magical Pixels: Wiz rout Heat, nearly clinch 6th

Well, the Wizards did their part by steamrolling the indifferent Heat, but the stupid Hawks didn't hold up their end of the bargain.

Magical Pixels: Wiz take care of business

The Wizards secured a winning record and held onto the sixth seed with a 104-91 win over the moribund Bucks.

Magical Pixels: Wiz surrender 6th seed to Cats

The Wizards deemed their Battle For The Sixth Seed against the Bobcats the most important game of the season, but they certainly didn't treat it that way.

Magical Pixels: Do we really have to relive this?

The Wizards got blown out by the Bulls, 96-78. We'll just leave it at that.

Magical Pixels: Getting hot at the right time?

Bradley Beal saved the Wizards' bacon against the Knicks with a cold-blooded jumper in the waning moments. Big Panda seemed to struggle with his shot for so long, we all might have forgotten just how awesome he is when he's stroking it.



Second-half collapse keeps Wiz waiting on playoffs

The Wizards built a 16-point halftime lead against the Bobcats on the back of the AARP unit, but a disastrous second half led to one of Washington's worst losses of the season, and kept D.C. awaiting its first playoff berth since 2008.

Magical Pixels: Wiz almost slip on slick court

Because the floor was wet with NHL ice, you see.

Magical Pixels: Wiz ride defense to improbable win

Well, that was unexpected.

Magical Pixels: Wiz let Suns run on by

I mean, that photo.

Magical Pixels: Wizards lose grip on win

The Wizards just couldn't keep possession of the ball in a 105-102 loss to the Nuggets, but remain somewhat secure as the sixth seed in the Eastern Conference...for now.

Magical Pixels: Wiz avoid #SoWizards loss

The Wizards built a 21-point lead against the lowly Lakers, but shoddy defense allowed L.A. to make a Steve Nash-fueled comeback before Washington held on for the 117-107 win.

Magical Pixels: Portland outshoots John Wall

John Wall took 10 threes last night, but it wasn't enough to keep up with the blazing Blazers, who took 35 threes and made 40 percent of them.

Magical Pixels: Oh yeah, THESE ARE THE WIZARDS

The Wizards hadn't laid an an absolute stinker against an inferior opponent in so long, well, you'd be forgiven for forgetting THESE ARE THE WIZARDS.

Magical Pixels: Good(e)ness, Drew Gooden

Seriously folks, Drew Gooden.

Wizards move into 5th with huge 101-94 win

John Wall and Drew Gooden carried the Washington Wizards to one of their biggest wins of the season Saturday against the Brooklyn Nets. With the 101-94 win, the Wizards displaced Brooklyn as the fifth seed in the Eastern Conference playoff standings.

Magical Pixels: Beal saves day, and now we pray

Bradley Beal saved the Wizards from a crippling overtime loss to the Magic when he chased down and blocked a Jameer Nelson layup. But moments later Beal tweaked his ankle after landing on a teammate's foot, and balance was restored to the universe.

Belated Pixels: #BigSlowCats pounce on Washington

But seriously, time to shape up, Wizards.

Magical Pixels: Big Three too much for Wiz

Trying to snap a three-game skid, the Big Three were just too much for the Wizards to overcome on the road.

Wizards go ice cold down stretch in loss to Heat

The Wizards dominated the boards and had the lead midway through the fourth quarter against the Heat, but scored only six points in the final six minutes as Miami pulled away to snap its three-game losing streak.

Magical Pixels: A role reversal in Milwaukee?

Sure, the Wizards nearly blew a huge lead in what would have been an embarrassing loss to the NBA's worst team. But isn't that so much better than being the team that gets blown out before saving face at the end?

Magical Pixels: Old guys get it done

In a game that no one will remember, the geriatric members of the Washington Wizards played a key role in an easy 104-91 win over the Utah Jazz.

Magical Pixels: A loss, sure, but OTTO PORTER!!!

The Wizards saw their six-game winning streak come to an end against the Grizzlies, but that doesn't matter, because OTTO PORTER made a three, and then ANOTHER THREE, y'all.

Late comeback falls short against Grizz

The Washington Wizards almost overcame a game marked by lackluster defense and sloppy offense, but a barrage of threes in the closing minutes wasn't enough to prevent a 110-104 loss to the Memphis Grizzlies.

Magical Pixels: All hail Lord Athreeza!!

Trevor Ariza went bonkers Saturday as the Wizards defeated the 76ers, 122-103, for their sixth-straight win. Oh, and Allen Iverson had his jersey retired. The internet noticed.

Magical Pixels: Goodness, what a game

In the best basketball game any of us have seen in some time, the Wizards avoided a season sweep at the hands of the Raptors with a 134-129 triple-overtime win that saw John Wall dominate down the stretch.

Magical Pixels: Missing Nene, starters step up

Playing their first game since learning Nene would miss six weeks with an knee sprain, the Wizards didn't get much production from the Big Brazilian's replacements, but they didn't need it to soundly defeat the Magic, 115-106.

Magical Pixels: Time to #Pray4Nene

The Wizards defeated the Cavaliers soundly, 96-83, for their third-straight win Sunday, but they might have suffered an even bigger loss when Nene went down in the third quarter with an apparent knee injury.

Magical Pixels: To Nene Be The Glory

Nene loves to pray to God. We love to pray to Nene.

Magical Pixels: ATHREEEEEZA Edition

The Wizards won last night, but did you hear? TREVOR ARIZA MADE A LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOONG THREE!!

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