12:24 PM EDT, Sat May 23, 2015
CSN Washington 1 hour ago

Hawks squandering opportunity against James, Cavaliers

The Wizards felt dejected after falling in six games to the Atlanta Hawks. Hard imaging the pain is subsiding watching Atlanta struggle in East Finals against the beat up Cleveland Cavaliers.
CSN Washington 18 hours ago

Chris Miller asks John Wall about the best guards in Wizards history

In an exclusive one-on-one interview, Chris Miller asked John Wall about nearing the franchise assist record and the best point guards in Wizards history.
CSN Washington 18 hours ago

Mystics participating in 'Analytic Scrimmage'

The Washington Mystics will participate in a controlled scrimmage Tuesday with several unique rule modifications designed to gauge pace, shot distribution and event timing.
CSN Washington 23 hours ago

His own future uncertain, Butler sees promising one for Wizards

Rasual Butler surprised most by turning into a rotation player for the Wizards. The veteran free agent would love the chance to return and help Washington take its promising next step.

DC Sports Bog: Wizards teammates angry John Wall left off all-NBA teams

Wizards fans harboring displaced anger over the season’s premature end weren’t the only ones venting about John Wall’s omission from this year’s all-NBA teams. Wall’s teammates were also less than pleased.Read full article >>
Washington Post May 22, 2015

Wiz Insider: Wizards wait on Paul Pierce’s decision

About an hour after the his tying three-pointer was waved off and his Washington Wizards walked off the Verizon Center hardwood for the final time this season, 94-91 losers to the Atlanta Hawks in Game 6  of the Eastern Conference semifinals, Paul Pierce delivered a jolt by indicating retirement is on the table.Read full article >>
CSN Washington May 22, 2015

NBA Draft: Spotty recent history with 19th pick

If history is any guide, the Wizards won't have an easy time with the 19th overall pick in the 2015 NBA Draft.
J.michael / CSN Washington May 21, 2015

No excuses: John Wall deserves All-NBA over Kyrie Irving

The voters got it wrong by not putting Wizards point guard John Wall on the All-NBA teams. Including Kyrie Irving above him makes it that much worse.
CSN Washington May 21, 2015

John Wall reacts to All-NBA snub

Some portion of every recent NBA offseason is spent discussing whether John Wall is overlooked. Following news of the All-NBA teams, this one will be no exception.
Washington Post May 21, 2015

Wiz Insider: John Wall left off all-NBA teams

On Wednesday, John Wall received word that he was named to the NBA’s all-defensive second team. It was the first individual recognition for the Washington Wizards this season. And it turns out it will be the only individual honor for Washington after the league released its three all-NBA teams on Thursday and Wall was not on any of them.Read full article >>
Washington Post May 21, 2015

Wiz Insider: Breaking down Bradley Beal’s contract situation

The to-do list for the Washington Wizards this offseason isn’t as exhaustive as last summer, when they had two starters hit free agency. They ultimately kept one, Marcin Gortat, and watched another, Trevor Ariza, depart for the Houston Rockets. This time around, the Wizards will have at least four reserves on the free-agent market beginning on July 1 — Drew Gooden III, Rasual Butler, Kevin Seraphin and Will Bynum — but the focus will be on a player who isn’t eligible for free agency until next summer.Read full article >>
J.michael / CSN Washington May 20, 2015

Morning tip: Can Humphries evolve into stretch 4? He's trying

Kris Humphries never has focused on anything beyond mid-range jump shots, but that mind-set has changed for him going forward.
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...
Washington Post May 20, 2015

Wiz Insider: John Wall named to NBA’s all-defensive second team

Throughout the year, Washington Wizards Coach Randy Wittman described point guard John Wall as the head of the snake, not just offensively, but as the first line of defense for a team that broke into the top five in defensive efficiency this season. Wall’s defensive exploits often take a back seat to his offensive talents but they were recognized Wednesday when he was named to the NBA all-defensive second team.Read full article >>
CSN Washington May 20, 2015

NBA honors John Wall for defensive prowess

After a stellar season on the defensive end, the NBA honored John Wall for his prowess without the ball.

Wizards Player News

  • 1 John Wall

    John Wall

    Chris Miller asks John Wall about the best guards in Wizards history

  • 1 Rasual Butler

    Rasual Butler

    His own future uncertain, Butler sees promising one for Wizards

  • Paul Pierce

    Paul Pierce

    Wiz Insider: Wizards wait on Paul Pierce’s decision

  • Bradley Beal

    Bradley Beal

    Beal sees improvement in Wizards

  • Marcin Gortat

    Marcin Gortat

    Wiz Insider: A different role likely for Nene next season

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