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Washington Wizards Defeat Milwaukee Bucks Despite Dribbling Exhibition

One would think that having a 16 point, 17 rebound game would leave you free from criticism for the evening. Alas, you are not JaVale McGee and you do not play center for the Washington Wizards, so...

Washington Wizards Win Slugfest Against Milwaukee Bucks in Slow Paced Affair

Tonight's Success Checklist 1) Make a bad offensive team shoot jumpshots? Check. 2) Manage to control the boards against a more physical opponent? Check. 3) Efficient performance from the bench?...

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Milwaukee Bucks At Washington Wizards: Regular Season Game 50 Open Thread

The last time the Wizards faced the Milwaukee Bucks was an evening to forget for the franchise. The Wizards were outrebounded, shot poorly and demonstrated a lack of energy right out of the gate....

Links: Let's talk more about Nick Young

Today's hot reads: Kevin Broom responds to Rook's response about his article about Nick Young, and comes away even more convinced that investing too much in Young is a mistake.  I actually agree...

The Wizard's Wild Ride

What if the journey for the rebuilding Washington franchise was immortalized Disney-style? It might go something like this...

A bunch of injuries at Wizards practice

Nick Young left with some sort of left knee injury, Al Thornton jammed his thumb and Yi Jianlian didn't practice after turning his ankle against the Hawks. Goddammit.

Putting the Pieces Together: How the Wizards Should Build Their Next Championship Team

Putting the Pieces Together: How the Wizards Should Build Their Next Championship Team

Lewis describes himself as a quiet guy who would rather lead by example, whether it's getting to...

Lewis describes himself as a quiet guy who would rather lead by example, whether it's getting to the gym early, getting up extra shots after practice or putting in the time in the weight room. Looking around the locker room at all the youthful and impressionable faces, he recognized that for the first time in his career more was expected. "They need me to be more vocal," he said. And that means trying to keep the team optimistic through all the losing.

Nice Rashard Lewis article by Art Garcia of NBA.com

Keys to the Palace: Time for Some Leadership

Keys to the Palace: Time for Some Leadership

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