Van Gundy: "I don’t think anybody has done more for a team this year than John Wall"
Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal's ankle injury suffered late in the fourth quarter of Washington's win over the Philadelphia 76ers appears to be less severe than originally anticipated.
John Wall sits down with ESPN TrueHoop's Henry Abbott and talks about his new puppies, his comeback from injury, and how he's the fastest in the NBA with the ball in his hands.
Washington Wizards rookie Bradley Beal will suit up for Charles Barkley's team at the NBA Rising Stars Challenge on February 15.
Needing some help in the backcourt, the Wizards have released Shaun Livingston and Earl Barron. Both have non-guaranteed contracts.
Toronto Raptors GM Bryan Colangelo called his team's performance "unacceptable" over the weekend. Why didn't Washington Wizards GM Ernie Grunfeld do the same?
The Wizards have also brought in Blake Ahearn, along with Ben Uzoh, to potentially fill in as an injury replacement for the Wizards, according to reports.
The Washington Wizards waived two players -- guard Steven Gray and forward Shavlik Randolph - from their roster, the team announced Saturday.
John Calipari said that John Wall has been "put in a tough situation" in his first two years with the Washington Wizards.
Brian Cook has signed a non-guaranteed contract to attend the Washington Wizards' training camp, according to a report.
The Washington Post wants to know if the Nationals can catch up in popularity with the Redskins. Bullets Forever wants to know: Can the Wizards get there, too?
Former Washington Wizards forward Andray Blatche may have signed with the Brooklyn Nets, though one report suggests he's also weighing an offer from the Miami Heat.
The Washington Wizards reportedly worked out former Minnesota Timberwolves small forward Martell Webster and are interested in signing him.
Today's Washington Wizards links include a discussion about whether John Wall is the best point guard in the Southeast division.