Wizards look on-brand in first real game back

The Wizards played their first real game since Mar. 10 this afternoon, taking on the Phoenix Suns in a 125-112 loss. Devin Booker and Deandre Ayton led the way for Phoenix; Booker led the team with 27 points while chipping in five rebounds and four assists. Ayton totaled a double-double with 24 points and aContinue reading “Wizards look on-brand in first real game back”

NBA returning July 31; what does that mean for Wizards?

As reported this morning, the NBA is planning to restart on July 31 after suspending the season due to the COVID-19 outbreak in mid-March. 22 of the league’s 30 teams will be returning to action, as all 16 teams currently in a playoff spot plus the six teams within six games of the eighth seedContinue reading “NBA returning July 31; what does that mean for Wizards?”

The Pohory-list: Weirdest Minor League Team Names

By: Joe Pohoryles Looking at all the big-time players on Washington’s teams today, it’s easy to name the ones who jumped on to the scene right away. Alex Ovechkin and John Wall are both former No. 1 overall picks who pretty much instantly became the best player on their respective teams. Max Scherzer joined theContinue reading “The Pohory-list: Weirdest Minor League Team Names”

The One(s) That Got Away

By: Joe Pohoryles In the John Wall era of Washington Wizards teams, there have been a share of playoff teams and bottom-feeders. Right now the team is at a low point, but with a handful of promising young players developing on the court, and the now-dunking Wall recovering off it, better times appear to beContinue reading “The One(s) That Got Away”