Bullets Forever Podcast
New series of bi-weekly podcast on all things Wizards, plus some other tidbits around the league.
We know the Wizards should advance out of the first round, but some series will be more challenging for them than others.
In this episode, Jake and Alan discuss whether or not the Bojan trade was enough to help them have a better shot at making a deep run in the Eastern Conference playoffs.
We break down what has gone wrong for the Wizards so far this season and if there’s still a way to turn things around.
In this episode, we talked to Andrew Sharp about what he learned talking with John Wall before the season started and where things stand now.
In this week’s episode, Mike and Jake take a look at ESPN’s RPM projections and discuss how John Wall can improve as he gets older.
In this week’s episode, we talked to the Washington Post’s new Wizards beat reporter, Candace Buckner, about her journey to her new job, her early interactions with Wizards fans, and what she learned covering Ian Mahinmi in Indiana.
In this week’s episode, we break down the simmering tension between John Wall and Bradley Beal and whether or not it’s a big deal.
In this week’s episode, Jake and Lyndie discuss how Ian Mahinmi will fit in with the Wizards and take a look at where things stand with the Mystics as they enter the Olympic break.
Alan Jenkins and Jake Whitacre take a look at who impressed at Summer League, who still needs time to grow, and how it affects what the Wizards will do for the upcoming season.
Still got some questions about what happened in Vegas? We’re here to chat.
In this week’s episode, Jake tries to sort through the team’s decisions in free agency and where they now stand in the Eastern Conference.
Get to know Shawn Dawson and his unique path to this year’s Summer League.
In this week’s episode, we take a look at players the Wizards explore adding to the roster, even though they don't have a pick at the moment.
In this week's episode, we take a look at where the Wizards need to add depth the most this summer and take a look at a few players who could help address some of those concerns.