Umair Khan



Breakdown of the breakdown


The Wizards built up a double-digit lead heading into the half, but after more uneven play from their starters, allowed Indiana to get right back in it. We examine some of the break downs...

Pacers' D swallows up Wall, Wiz


The Wizards had no chance against Indiana's set defense and looked overwhelmed. How did John Wall and company fail so badly in Game 3?

The Pacers are containing John Wall


The Pacers have proven to be a difficult matchup for John Wall throughout his NBA career, and that hasn't changed in this playoff series. We explain why Indiana has fared so well limiting the...

Poised, patient Beal carries Wiz in Game 1


Bradley Beal's youth and inexperience was often exposed during the regular season, but he's shown every bit of that potential we raved about two years ago here in the playoffs. We take a look at...

How Ariza can slow Paul George


Paul George tore up the Atlanta Hawks in round 1 of the playoffs, but will face a much tougher task in round 2 as he goes up against Trevor Ariza. We break down ways in which Washington can slow...

Trevor Ariza: The Swiss Army knife


Trevor Ariza has been an integral part of the Wizards' defensive scheme throughout the year, but he stepped up another level against the Bulls. The Wizards don't win without his contributions.

Wizards finish off the Bulls, 75-69


Trevor Booker, Marcin Gortat, and Nene all came up huge in the decisive Game 5, as they helped the Wizards out-rebound Chicago 49-43, enabling the Wizards to win, 75-69, and advance to the second...

Breakdown: How the D set the tone early in Game 4


Despite defensive anchor Nene sidelined due to suspension in Game 4, the rest of the starters for Washington stepped up and set the tone very early. We break down the ways they were able stifle...

How Dunleavy broke loose


The Wizards defense had no answer in game 3 for Mike Dunleavy Jr who dropped a franchise record 8 threes in their win on Friday night. We explore several breakdowns defensively, and what they need...

Wittman's two crucial in-game adjustments


Wizards coach Randy Wittman once again came out on top against Tom Thibodeau with a brilliant game plan in the fourth quarter. We explore two tweaks that really turned the tide.

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