I am a communication major at George Mason University, studying sport communication and journalism. I play on the GMU soccer team and am a huge Barcelona FC fan. They are the best team in the world. As for the Wizards, my favorite NBA team, ehh they're far from the best -- but I'll still be there supporting them through the ups and the downs.
Today's Wake-Up Call looks at the effect Drew Gooden has had stretching the floor of late for the Wizards, putting the February blues behind them, and how bowling brought the Wizards back to their old, better ways.
Today's Wake-Up Call looks at Monday night's signature win against an elite team, Bradley Beal's emergence from a season-long slump, and the Wizards featured on Jeopardy.
Today's Wake-Up Call looks at the impact DeJuan Blair had in Saturday's win over Sacramento, Andre Miller's shock at being traded for Ramon Sessions, and the return of Rasual Butler.
Today's Wake-Up Call looks at why Bradley Beal hasn't lived up to his end of the bargain, John Wall's issue with Memphis resting starters, and the team's need for better balance.
Today's Wake-Up Call looks at some bonding time at the White House ahead of tonight's clash with Memphis. We also take a look at Otto Porter's need to play more minutes.
Today's Wake-Up Call focuses on the recent injury to Garrett Temple, the team's positive outlook despite another injury, and the efficient play of Marcin Gortat as of late.
Today's Wake-Up Call takes a look at the Wizards' big win in Charlotte and the injury status of Garrett Temple and Bradley Beal.
The Wizards once again let down in the second half of a game and eked out a 99-97 win against Miami Friday night. They struggled with the Heat's small-ball lineup but must quickly turn their attention to Milwaukee and a long, athletic Bucks squad.
Today's Wake-Up Call takes a look at what was going through Otto Porter's head when he was frozen in time against Chicago, whether #Wizardskillers really exist, and the struggling nature of Washington's defense.
In today's Wake-Up Call, we take a look at the Wizards' recent struggles, Randy Wittman's desire for his team to play harder, and an update on Kris Humphries' status for Washington's next game.