Paul Pierce kept repeating the message to his Washington Wizards teammates in the visitors’ locker room at Philips Arena on Tuesday night. The veteran forward emphasized they were a better team than the Atlanta Hawks, with or without their best player, and what had just transpired over 48 minutes proved it, even if the result was a Game 2 loss. Read full article >>
Bullets Forever 9 hours ago
Otto Porter showed off some new skills in his dazzling performance against the Hawks in Game 2. As good as the Wizards' playoff run has been this season, the biggest win for the franchise long-term has been the rapid growth of Otto Porter. Now that he's cemented...
Bullets Forever 15 hours ago
We lost, and we vented. That means there were a lot of comments, so we break it down. When things are positive and the Wizards are winning, we're happy. When the team's losing, we're not. Let's get to the stats: Previous Roll Calls: Round 1, Game 1 Round 1, Game 2 Round 1, Game 3 Round 1, Game 4 Round...
Peachtree Hoops 14 hours ago
DeMarre Carroll continued his playoff surge Tuesday night leading the Atlanta Hawks to a Game 2 win over the Washington Wizards. After a solid regular season, Atlanta Hawks forward DeMarre Carroll has taken his game to another level during the postseason....
CBS Sports May 6, 2015
Ken Berger recaps the Hawks 106-90 win over the John Wall-less Wizards.
The Washington Wizards were without point guard John Wall in Game 2 of their series against the Atlanta Hawks. The ending was predictable: the Wizards lost 106-90, allowing Atlanta to tie the series.In Wall’s absence, the Wizards had reserve Ramon Sessions assume the duties of floor general. Sessions scored a team-high 21 points and tied with Otto Porter Jr. for the highest win probability added on the team at 11 percent but it was clear that he is no substitute for having Wall on the court.Read full article >>
John Meyer / Canis Hoopus 15 hours ago
John Wall sat out and the Wizards lost. Mike Conley played and the Grizzlies won. Both series are now tied 1-1. The Hawks bounced back from losing Game 1 to Washington at home with a 106-90 win last night in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals. I was looking forward to seeing if Randy Wittman...
CSN Washington 12 hours ago
This week on Pick and Roll: Who's the second most important Wizard, after John Wall, in their second-round playoff match-up. What does the hiring or Billy Donovan in OKC mean for KD 2 DC and did the Cavaliers make a mistake trading Andrew Wiggins for Kevin Love.