April 2, 2012; Washington, DC, USA; Washington Wizards head coach Randy Wittman (right) and assistant coach Sam Cassell (left) react from the bench against the Milwaukee Bucks in the second half at Verizon Center. The Bucks won 112-98. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-US PRESSWIRE
No game yesterday, but still plenty o' links:
- With Nene and Trevor Booker both sidelined with foot ailments, the Wizards were a bit flat against the Bucks. [Washington Post]
- More analysis of Buck-Wizards from the guys at Truth About It.
- The Wizards need a few more victories to avoid finishing with the worst record in franchise history. [Washington Post]
- This is a depressing bar graph. [Washington Post]
- Jordan Crawford wants to win eight more games and reach that oh-so-enviable 20-win mark. [Washington Examiner]
- But do they really want to risk their odds (currently second-best) at landing Anthony Davis? [Washington Post | CSN Washington]
- Frank Hanrahan thinks there's a trio of prospects to drool over. [CSN Washington]
- Mike's now-legendary April Fools post got Sarah Kogod thinking, just what sponsors would each of the Wizards like to see on their unis? [D.C. Sports Bog]
- Chris Singleton's decision to buy $10K worth of lotto tickets and his reaction after not winning the jackpot (shocker!) has gotten traction across the interwebs. Here's a sampling. [Yahoo! Sports | NBC Sports | Houston Press | International Business Times | Hollywood Gossip]
- BNIE asks how much better the Wizards really are post-Nene trade and your opinion of Ernie Grunfeld.
- Jordan Crawford's scoring is up since the trade, but is that just because he's jacking up more shots? Short answer: Yes. [CSN Washington]
- Surprise! JaVale McGee and Nick Young haven't changed much since being traded. [Washington Examiner]
- Carla Peay details NBA players' reactions to the Trayvon Martin shooting. [Washington Times]
- Count Shaun Livingston as one of the few NBA players that can say joining the Wizards may have been their best career move.
- The Wizard Girls are probably the best thing about the team this season (most seasons?). Oh, and in case you're wondering, they're "all natural." [D.C. Sports Bog]