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Have the Wizards peaked?

The Washington Wizards are sitting at the fifth seed in the Eastern Conference with a record of 26-20. Unfortunately, the NBA is predictable, and the Wizards will make the playoffs most likely as the fourth seed, and exit the playoffs in a similar fashion to the way they did in three of the past four

Wizards splurge to bring back core

For the most part, the Washington Wizards’ offseason was uneventful. Veterans Jodie Meeks and Mike Scott were added for depth to a Wizards bench that struggled last season. Undrafted free agents Devin Robinson and Michael Young were signed to two-way contracts, so they will fight to make the team. The Wizards’ biggest news this summer

Iconic DC arena changes name

Monumental Sports & Entertainment currently owns the 20,000 seat arena, formerly known as the Verizon Center, which hosts a variety of events year round. These events range from professional basketball, hockey, and indoor football games, to concerts for world famous artists including Drake and Adele. In 2016, the Verizon Center hosted 218 total events and

Wizards need to fire Ernie Grunfeld

The Washington Wizards have not won 50 games in a season since 1979, the last time they went to the NBA Finals. They haven’t won a championship since 1978. In my lifetime, there has been little optimism for the state of the organization, beyond drafting franchise savior John Wall. You can point to all sorts