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Washington Post May 20, 2015

Wiz Insider: A different role likely for Nene next season

The Washington Wizards were one of a dwindling number of teams to utilize a traditional front line in their base starting lineup this past season. Instead of a three-point threat at power forward alongside a big man, the Wizards trotted out Marcin Gortat and Nene, two 6-foot-11 behemoths who operate best around the basket, hoping to have the beefy duo capitalize on the leaner front lines that have become the rage across the NBA in recent years. But by the end of the campaign, it was clear that the Wizards were demonstrably worse with them on the floor together and a philosophical adjustment...
CSN Washington May 18, 2015

Marcin Gortat dishes on what went wrong, looks ahead

Marcin Gortat didn't always play his best but he thinks he knows what will work best for him and the Wizards in 2015-16.
Washington Post May 14, 2015

Wiz Insider: NBA rules Wizards’ final five points in Game 5 loss should’ve been negated

The NBA’s last two-minute officiating report for Game 5 between the Washington Wizards and Atlanta Hawks on Wednesday night ruled that the Wizards’ final five points should have been negated.First, the league determined Wizards forward Paul Pierce should have been called for traveling with 58.6 seconds remaining. Marcin Gortat concluded the possession with a hook shot seven seconds later to tie the game at 78.Read full article >>
CSN Washington May 13, 2015

By the numbers: Gortat no longer first quarter king

Marcin Gortat dominated first quarters against the Raptors and stayed strong throughout. Early struggles against the Hawks have led to more as the games progress.
Bullets Forever May 12, 2015

Wizards vs. Hawks Game 5 preview: Washington faces biggest game of the season in Atlanta

Game info: Where and When? The Washington Wizards will take on the Atlanta Hawks in the Philips Center at 8 p.m. TV? The game will air on TNT. Radio? You can join the #radioparty on 99.1 WNEW. Injury Report John Wall is still the big question mark. Wall finally took a step in the right direction Tuesday, as he finally got to do some "light dribbling" with his injured hand at practice. Crazier things have happened, but it's hard to see Wall making the jump from light dribbling to fully functional overnight. Storylines for Game 5 Can the Wizards get Marcin Gortat going again? After a five...
Washington Post May 11, 2015

DC Sports Bog: Paul Pierce for president…of Poland?

Paul Pierce could make a second career in politics when he’s done hitting clutch shots and calling “game” for the Wizards, but it probably won’t be in teammate Marcin Gortat’s native Poland.[11 truths from The Truth]Read full article >>
CSN Washington May 4, 2015

Morning tip: Wall explains heated exchanges with Gortat

The chemistry between John Wall and Marcin Gortat hasn't always been there, and it's not uncommon to see them screaming at each other during a game.
Washington Post May 1, 2015

Marcin Gortat shines for Wizards, though it hasn’t always been sunny

Marcin Gortat was in a hurry again Friday afternoon. He answered the assembled media members’ questions cordially but curtly and sometimes after long pauses, as if evading saying something he would regret. When asked about his up-and-down season, the Washington Wizards center delayed the topic for the second time in recent weeks. “We got to talk at the exit meeting about that,” he said. A few succinct responses later, sensing the four-minute group interview was over, he dashed off.Read full article >>

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