Wizards fall short of their 30-win milestone in a nailbiter in Chicago.
The Wizards have just one more opportunity to reach 30 wins this season after a disappointing 106-101 loss in Brooklyn on Monday night.
The Washington Wizards closed out their home schedule in dispiriting fashion, falling 97-86 to a Philadelphia 76ers team that gave up on their season a long time ago.
The Wizards submitted one of their worst performances of the year, melting down early in the fourth quarter in a 103-98 home loss to a Miami Heat team resting LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh and Udonis Haslem.
The Knicks have been absolutely on fire in recent weeks. That didn't change Tuesday night against the Wizards.
A third quarter to forget caused the Wizards to fall, 107-96, to the Boston Celtics on Sunday night.
The Wizards scored just 28 second-half points in an 88-78 loss to the Toronto Raptors. Twenty-eight points is not a lot.
John Wall scored 27 points with nine rebounds, eight assists, three blocks and just one turnover in leading the Wizards to a 90-86 win over the Chicago Bulls.
Despite the best efforts of John Wall and Emeka Okafor, a depleted Washington Wizards squad just couldn't handle the Oklahoma City Thunder.
An undermanned Wizards squad needed big numbers from John Wall to beat Memphis. He came through. Big time.
The Wizards ended their West Coast swing with a 101-92 loss to the Golden State Warriors in a game that featured a John Wall ejection, Stephen Curry scoring explosion and multiple failed comeback attempts.
An undermanned Wizards team rode huge performances from John Wall and Trevor Ariza to a 103-100 win over the Lakers on Friday night.
Led by a big second quarter and some big plays by John Wall down the stretch, the Wizards defeated the Phoenix Suns, 88-79, to pick up their first road win in nearly a month.
The Wizards are supposed to be beyond head-scratching losses to bad teams that make their fanbase want to pull their hair out. Apparently not, as they fell to the lowly Bobcats, 119-114.
Martell Webster scored a career-high 34 points as the Washington Wizards crushed the Phoenix Suns, 127-105.
John Wall was on fire from the perimeter, scoring 29 points on 15 shots to carry the Wizards to a 96-87 win over the New Orleans Hornets.
John Wall dominated with 23 points, 10 assists and five rebounds as the Wizards rallied in the fourth quarter to top the playoff-bound Milwaukee Bucks, 106-93.
John Wall had one of his best games of the season with 27 points, 14 assists and seven rebounds, but the rest of the Wizards didn't step up, leading to a 95-90 loss against the Kyrie Irving-less Cavaliers.
The Washington Wizards fell to the Brooklyn Nets, 95-78 as Deron Williams made an NBA record nine first half three pointers.
Shooting guard Bradley Beal was carried off the court with a leg injury as the Washington Wizards snapped a two game losing streak, defeating the Philadelphia 76ers 90-87.