Washington Wizards
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  • John Wall gives some love back to his hometown, Raleigh, North Carolina

    Returning to his hometown of Raleigh, North Carolina, Washington Wizards guard John Wall feels like it is his responsibility to give back. Wall discusses the importance of giving back with CSN's Chris Miller.
    20 Aug @ 5PM

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  • Looking to add another QB, Patriots? John Wall wants to be Tom Brady's backup

    Washington Wizards' John Wall shows he can play quarterback.
    19 Aug @ 6AM

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  • Notes and numbers on the Wizards' time playing at the 'Verizon Center'

    For the second time in just 11 years, the Washington Wizards' home arena has undergone a name change. No longer will they play at the Verizon Center. Instead, it will be known as Capital One Arena. That may take some getting used to. It feels strange to do a full retrospective on a building that isn't closing. All they are doing is changing the name. That shouldn't mean much to fans other than the building's facade in Chinatown looking a little different. That said, the Wizards had some good memories at the 'Verizon Center.' Consider these notes... *The Wizards made the playoffs six times in the 12 seasons they played at the Verizon Center. They made the postseason just once in the eight years
    11 Aug @ 7PM

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  • Wizards owner, coach love Kelly Oubre Jr., but will they pay him in two years?

    The Washington Wizards are going to be a team trying to maneuver without cap space for the next few years. The Wizards locked up Bradley Beal on a max contract last summer, then this summer matched a max offer for Otto Porter and extended John Wall with a max deal that keeps him with the Wizards for six more seasons. Washington is over the cap and flirting with the tax line for the foreseeable future.
    7 Aug @ 4PM

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  • Washington Wizards jerseys throughout the years

    Throw out the name, throw out the colors, throw out the jerseys. In 1997 there was a complete over hall of the team that had struggled to maintain success season to season. Of course though, when creating a new nickname, you need fans to buy new apparel hence the new everything.  The colors now are white, a slightly lighter shade of blue, and bronze. The bronze, to many known as the gold jerseys, were the alternates that gathered both positive and negative attention. Simply you love them or hate them, no in-between.  Using a new more hip font in the two primary logos, the identity of the Wizards with a jump-ball was replaced with a crescent moon of the 'i' in Wizards. Unfortunately the font did
    3 Aug @ 8PM

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  • By re-signing with Wizards, Otto Porter remains in his 'hometown'

    Otto Porter still goes back to his true hometown of Sikeston, Mo. each chance he gets, often to refurbish classic cars with his family, but the Wizards forward has lived in Washington, D.C. long enough to consider the nation's capital his home, too. After starring at Georgetown University in northwest Washington from 2011 through 2013, Porter has been a member of the Washington Wizards for the past four seasons, still playing his home games at the same place he did in college, at the Verizon Center. Porter, 24, seriously considered leaving Washington when they allowed him to become a restricted free agent in early July.
    28 Jul @ 2PM

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  • John Wall's new contract makes Wizards' future clear in terms of salaries and personnel

    No player has defined the Washington Wizards organization since they rebranded 20 years ago quite like John Wall, a superstar point guard who has developed from a first overall pick into a perennial All-Star and pillar of playoff success. Wall has etched a unique legacy within the franchise's history in just seven NBA seasons. It's the yearly terms that stand out most in Wall's new contract with the Wizards, a four-year extension worth $170 million. Four years does not sound long, but that will take Wall through at least the majority, if not all, of his prime. If Wall complets those 13 seasons with the Wizards, barring a trade or something unforeseen, he will have played as long for one team as Wes Unseld (Bullets), Larry Bird (Celtics), Kevin McHale (Celtics), Magic Johnson (Lakers) and Isaiah Thomas (Pistons).
    24 Jul @ 5PM

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  • John Wall and Wizards' partnership is a display of commitment rarely seen

    No player has defined the Washington Wizards organization since they rebranded 20 years ago quite like John Wall, a superstar point guard who has developed from a first overall pick into a perennial All-Star and pillar of playoff success. Wall has etched a unique legacy within the franchise's history in just seven NBA seasons. It's the yearly terms that stand out most in Wall's new contract with the Wizards, a four-year extension worth $170 million. Four years does not sound long, but that will take Wall through at least the majority, if not all, of his prime. If Wall complets those 13 seasons with the Wizards, barring a trade or something unforeseen, he will have played as long for one team as Wes Unseld (Bullets), Larry Bird (Celtics), Kevin McHale (Celtics), Magic Johnson (Lakers) and Isaiah Thomas (Pistons).
    24 Jul @ 4AM

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  • Kelly Oubre working out with Carmelo Anthony in summer training session

    The Washington Wizards' long-term future is now a lot clearer, as superstar point guard John Wall agreed to terms on a four-year contract worth $170 million. David Aldridge first reported the news. Wall, 26, re-ups with the Wizards through the 2022-23 season. By the time it expires he will be 32 years old, meaning the Wizards have locked him up for the majority if not all of his prime. Wall was able to earn the dollar amount he did in part because of his selection to third team All-NBA for the 2016-17 season. Under the recently installed collective bargaining agreement, honors like All-NBA and Defensive Player of the Year allow players to earn more money on contract extensions. The Wizards drafted
    23 Jul @ 2PM

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  • Wizards' Wall inks 4-year, $170 mn extension

    Guard John Wall said Friday he has signed a four-year contract extension with the Washington Wizards that multiple media outlets reported was worth $170 million. Wall, 26, was eligible to sign a super-maximum contract after being named to the All-NBA Third Team last season.
    23 Jul @ 2AM

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