Do they have a point?
How did this happen?
“One year away” is forever in Washington…
The Wizards needed this.
For the Washington Wizards to make any noise in the east this season, John Wall needs to be at his best. Unfortunately, he’s set to be sidelined.
The very best of LeBron was on full display Friday night.
Wall and Beal will have to co-exist for the Wizards, and stakes have never been higher.
Bradley Beal was finally healthy last season. Bradley Beal finally started taking smarter shots. And guess what? The results were very telling.
Yes, he has just 31 career NBA games under his belt. But a healthy Joel Embiid could be the best player on the planet. That’s the problem though, isn’t it?
John Wall, this transcendent point guard, is still stuck on this no good, very boring Wizards team. One that had quite the forgettable offseason.
The Washington Wizards appear to be putting all their eggs in the Kevin Durant basket, and there’s a very good chance it’s going to come back to bite them.
A max contract for Bradley Beal? We’re not seeing. In fact, outside of his three-point shooting, we’re not seeing much at all.
The Raptors’ lack of defensive intensity earned them an early summer vacation.
The Wizards were fortunate to take Game 1, but they’ll have to handle Toronto’s double-teams better if they want to win the series.
Which players’ moves are best suited for the playground?
The Wizards are in the playoff hunt, but they’ve got plenty of room for improvement.