1. Has Randy Wittman Done Enough to Keep His Job with the Washington Wizards?

    Two weeks into the 2012-13 regular season, the sports betting site Bovada .lv released its early odds for who would be the first NBA head coach to lose his job (via Matt Moore of CBS Sports )...

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  2. 5th Seed Still in Play for Wizards

    When the Wizards needed New York to lose to clinch a playoff berth in late March, the Knicks were of no assistance...

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  3. Washington Shows Postseason Form in 114-93 Win

    For those hoping the Wizards would deliver a playoff-caliber performance on the cusp of beginning their first postseason run in years ... let's just say your wishes were granted...

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  4. Watch: Miller Throws Perfect Full-Court Pass to Beal

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  5. Meet the Wizards Latest Signing, a 10-Year-Old Girl

    The Washington Wizards may be getting ready for the playoffs, but that didn't stop them from making a special signing on Saturday.....

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  6. Bradley Beal Ill but Takes Matchup with Wade 'Personally'

    As is his habit, Bradley Beal got up extra shots after shootaround, but when he left the floor Monday morning his facial expression couldn't hide that he wasn't feeling well...

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  7. John Wall Evolves in Role as Scoring Point Guard for the Wizards

    The prevailing feeling both inside and outside the Washington Wizards locker room is this: the team will only go as far as John Wall leads it.....

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  8. Wizards warrant more attention

    For the first time in years, things are good for the Washington Wizards . They're headed to the playoffs, point guard John Wall has emerged as a star and there's stability in the locker room...

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  9. Wizards to Sign 10-Year-Old Point Guard

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Washington Wizards have partnered with Make-A-Wish® Mid-Atlantic to help grant the wish of 10-year-old Wizards fan Amaris Jackson...

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  10. Washington Guarantees a Winning Record with 104-91 Victory

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  11. Wizards Top Bucks, Close in on No. 6 Seed

    WASHINGTON -- Bradley Beal scored 26 points, and the Washington Wizards moved a step closer to claiming the No...

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  12. Nene (Rest) out vs. Bucks

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  13. Porter Responds with Breakout Night

    Illness and injury opens the door for Otto Porter, and he ran through it to produce his best game as a pro. The rookie tied his career-high with nine points and grabbed a career-high nine rebounds in a pivotal victory at the Orlando Magic ...

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  14. Wizards Survive Tricky Night to Claim 6 Seed

    ORLANDO – Through one wild, 48-minute, amusement park ride of a game, the Washington Wizards were taken through a gamut of emotion, beginning with the sadness of missed shots in the first quarter, the surprise of an Otto Porter Jr...

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  15. Nene Scores 17, Wizards Beat Magic 96-86

    ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) Nene scored 17 points and Bradley Beal added 16 as the Washington Wizards overcame a sluggish offense and beat the Orlando Magic 96-86 Friday night...

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  16. 'You can't be two different teams in the same game'

    With his team losing its once-solid grip on the sixth seed in the Eastern Conference, Coach Randy Wittman was asked Thursday whether he had sought other coaches' counsel on how to guide ...

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  17. Wake-Up Call: Trevor Booker Responds to Teammates' Pleas

    After yet another disappointing loss at home for the Wizards , Trevor Booker proved to be one of the few bright spots. He's still in the starting lineup at power forward even though Nene, who is playing with a minutes restriction, is back...

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  18. Game On: Illness Still Negatively Impacting Trevor Ariza

    Trevor Ariza barely has a voice left after struggling with the flu for the last week. In his last three games, he has been a non-factor on the offensive end. He's shooting 4-for-24 from the field, and that includes 1-for-12 on three-point attempts...

    Kyle Brown Written by Kyle Brown about 5 days ago 26 reads 0 comments

  19. Wittman Criticizes Efforts of Wall, Beal

    Contrary to popular belief, the Wizards are not really a young team. Seven of Coach Randy Wittman's top nine or 10 rotation players are older than 25, including five older than 30 with the return of Nene...

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  20. Washington Wizards Partner with Make-a-Wish, Sign 10-Year-Old Point Guard

    The Washington Wizards have already fulfilled their fans' collective wish, qualifying for the postseason and coming a long way from the rebuilding process to which we'd all become a little too accustomed...

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  21. Wizards Use Imitator for Sick Ariza in Team Photo

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  22. Overtime Loss to Bobcats Drops Wizards in East

    With so much on the line for the Wizards , in what John Wall called their "biggest game of the season" against the Charlotte Bobcats , they began like a team headed to the draft lottery and fell down by 20 points...

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  23. Poland's Marcin Gortat Coming Up Big for Washington Wizards

    A few weeks after he was taken 57th overall in the 2005 NBA draft, Marcin Gortat came over from Europe to play for the Orlando Magic summer league team and was so skinny, lost and ...

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  24. Game On: Can Wizards sustain for 48 minutes?

    Lose this game and the Wizards can be almost assured of a first-round playoff matchup with the Miami Heat or Indiana Pacers as a No. 7 seed...

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  25. Nene to Return Wednesday for Wizards Vs.Bobcats

    Washington Wizards forward Nene plans to ease himself back when he returns Wednesday from a knee injury.....

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