Washington Wizards
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    @HoopDistrictDC: #Wizards are 1 of 5 teams in the #NBA this season to have never dipped under a .500 winning percentage (Portland, Houst…

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    @WizOfAwes: Ok #DCFamily the 3-Point Contest is up next with @RealDealBeal23. #Wizards #AllStarWeekend

  • @McNubian: Bradley Beal is the youngest player in NBA history to make 800 career 3-FG (24 years, 7 months, 2 weeks & 4 days old) #Wizards

  • @CandaceDBuckner: More than two weeks after surgery, #Wizards guard John Wall shares an update on his recovery process https://t.co/z3g

  • @CandaceDBuckner: When #Wizards guard Bradley Beal made his first all-star team, I wanted to write a story about his growth & not repea…

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  • Wizards Owner Leonsis Says eSports Is Not a Fad

    Feb.16 -- Ted Leonsis, Monumental Sports and Entertainment chief executive officer and owner of the Washington Wizards, discusses the popularity of eSports with Bloomberg's Cory Johnson at the NBA All-Star Technology Summit in Beverly Hills, California.
    18 Feb @ 4AM

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  • Report: Wizards “seriously considering” bringing in Ty Lawson

    Ty Lawson was one of the guys squeezed by the tight market last summer and the fact most teams like their point guards. Lawson had a solid season in Sacramento in the 2016-17 season — 9.9 points and 4.8 assists per game, a true shooting percentage of 55.1 (close to the league average), and a PER of 15.7. The Washington Wizards are without John Wall for another month or so due to knee surgery, and now backup point guard Tim Frazier is done for the season, so the Wizards are looking for help.
    13 Feb @ 1AM

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  • Report: Former No. 2 pick Emeka Okafor to sign 10-day contract with Pelicans

    Emeka Okafor, the former No. 2 pick and 2005 Rookie of the Year who has been out of the NBA since 2013, was serious enough about an NBA comeback that he has played 26 games this season for the Delaware 76ers, the G-League affiliate of Philadelphia. The New Orleans Pelicans, desperate for help at center since the DeMarcus Cousins injury (and with Alexis Ajinca out with knee surgery), are going to give Okafor a chance with a 10-day contract, reports Shams Charania of The Vertical at Yahoo Sports. After suffering career-threatening back issues, former No. 2 overall pick Emeka Okafor is planning to sign a 10-day contract with the New Orleans Pelicans, league sources told Yahoo Sports.
    4 Feb @ 6PM

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  • Bradley Beal stresses Wizards haven't already peaked: 'I laugh. I feel like we still haven’t played our best basketball'

    The Washington Wizards were one game — and one unlikely Kelly Olynyk explosion — from the Eastern Conference finals last season, but the disappointment of being so close was quickly outweighed by optimism that they were building toward a home among the league’s elite. Owner Ted Leonsis went all in on the optimisim, opening his wallet to hand out a max contract to Otto Porter and a super-max extension to Wall, and prepared to write his first ever luxury tax payment. Money ain’t a thing when you’re winning, and the Wizards were ready to be the team they hadn’t been since Michael Jackson dropped his first solo album.
    31 Jan @ 5PM

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  • Wizards All-Star guard John Wall to have left knee surgery

    Washington Wizards point guard John Wall will have arthroscopic surgery on his left knee on Wednesday and could miss much of the rest of the regular season. The Wizards announced Tuesday that Wall would have the operation in Cleveland and that a timeline for his return would be determined afterward. Washington's last regular-season game is April 11.
    31 Jan @ 1AM

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  • Wizards' John Wall to have knee procedure, could miss 2 months

    Washington Wizards All-Star point guard John Wall?will undergo an arthroscopic debridement procedure on his left knee Wednesday, the team announced Tuesday. Wall could miss two months, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski and reports. The Wizards said they'd provide a timeline for his return after the procedure.
    30 Jan @ 8PM

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  • Russell Westbrook jokes with Carmelo after learning he wasn’t the last All-Star Game pick

    Russell Westbrook may have been the last pick in the 2018 All-Star Game Draft. The 2017 NBA MVP sort of clued us into that when he went and dropped a whopping 46 points on the Washington Wizards on Thursday night. After the game, Westbrook learned that the list that had been released of the All-Star teams — wherein he was last — had merely been organized alphabetically.
    26 Jan @ 10AM

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  • Steven Adams delivers flying karate kick to Bradley Beal's groin

    Steven Adams showed Bradley Beal his best Draymond Green impression on Thursday. Adams, in a battle for a rebound late in the third quarter of Oklahoma City’s win over the Washington Wizards on Thursday, saw Bradley Beal get the bounce instead.
    26 Jan @ 5AM

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  • NBA All-Star John Wall Writes a Powerful Open Letter to His Late Father

    Washington Wizards point guard John Wall wrote an emotionally powerful open letter to his late father, John Wall, Sr., for ESPN The Magazine’s State of the Black Athlete issue, which will be released February 5. John Sr. spent most of Wall’s childhood in prison before dying of liver cancer when Wall was only 9 years old. Wall explains that his father was sent to prison for armed robbery when he was just 2 years old and so he grew up with his father behind bars.
    25 Jan @ 9PM

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  • Kemba Walker's on the trade block because sometimes you make one mess to clean up another

    On Thursday morning, the Charlotte Hornets and their fans were riding high. The team had just welcomed Steve Clifford back to the bench after he’d been sidelined for more than a month by severe headaches spurred by sleep deprivation, and celebrated their head coach’s return by (almost literally) pummeling the Washington Wizards behind a franchise-record 77-point first half before finishing with 133, the highest-scoring performance by any Charlotte team in more than 11 years. Come Friday morning, though, Hornets fans got one hell of a buzzkill, courtesy of ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski: Charlotte’s reportedly making point guard Kemba Walker available in trade talks.
    19 Jan @ 6PM

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