Deadspin's on #TeamWall, too

"To imagine that such a dramatic improvement is possible, and attainable, and will reward the effort required to attain it; and then to be stubborn enough to see it through, to eventually punish that tactical disrespect with a barrage of three-pointers. Maybe he's not the first guy to pull off this transformation—but, he did it, and most people don't, and that's not nothing."

Wiz going for red/white/blue scheme for home games

We’ll help with the wardrobe by distributing red-white-and-blue T-shirts created by CustomInk courtesy of GEICO that will create three distinct sections of Verizon Center. Sunday’s game will feature a rally towel giveaway, which is courtesy of GEICO, our presenting partner for the first round.

Ted Leonsis. I believe WizardsXtra came up with the idea.

Nene will be on a minutes restriction

The question is: how long?

Celtics sitting a ton of good players tonight

Meanwhile, so are the Nets. Brooklyn is clearly tanking to avoid Chicago.

John Wall: "The Gifted" ft. Wale

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LeBron and Bosh are out. Wade is in.

As assumed earlier, LeBron and Bosh are out. Wade is in.

Likely no Bosh or LeBron tonight

Dwyane Wade is expected to play, though.

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.

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.


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