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Magical Pixels: Wiz take care of business

The Wizards secured a winning record and held onto the sixth seed with a 104-91 win over the moribund Bucks.

Make-A-Wish recipient's day with the Wizards

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Here's a video of Make-A-Wish recipient Amaris Jackson, the 10-year-old girl who spent her day with the Washington Wizards on Saturday, April 12 where she signed a one-day contract. If you cannot see the embed above, click here for the link from Monumental Network.

Wiz clinch winning season with 104-91 win

After a lethargic first two and a half quarters, the Wizards woke up and took care of business against the hapless Milwaukee Bucks. With the win, the Wizards clinched a winning season for the first time since 2007-08.


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Wizards make a wish come true, sign 10-year-old girl to a one-day contract

This past Thursday, April 10, the Washington Wizards signed Amaris Jackson, a 10-year-old point guard to a one-day contract for their game against the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday, April 12. Jackson is suffering from renal cell carcinoma. She plays for her school's basketball team.

This was done in conjunction with the Make-A-Wish Foundation's Mid Atlantic Chapter. Jackson will take part in the team's shootaround and lead the team on the court for warm ups. This is a really nice thing to see from the Wizards organization and the Make-A-Wish Foundation to help make a sick child's dream come true.

Wizards vs. Bucks Preview: Let's get win 42 y'all

The Washington Wizards (41-38) host the lowly Milwaukee Bucks (15-64) Saturday at Verizon Center. Here's what you need to know.

Wiz rally for much-needed 96-86 win

Despite another poor shooting night, Washington picked up win no. 41 with the help of John Wall's playmaking and big contributions from Otto Porter and Nene off the bench.

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