Bullets Forever Roundtables
The latest Bullets Forever 3pt Play is a break down of the Wizards’ drafts from 2012 to 2021.
The reactions aren’t bad.
Here is the second part of our roundtable!
Let’s review the moves, including Washington’s play for Kristaps Porzingis.
Our team and Swish Appeal teamed up and answered more questions on the former Washington Mystics post and what she could do in Chicago. I’m also adding some extra notes here.
We discuss Meesseman’s impact on the Mystics in a joint roundtable with Zack Ward and Eric Nemchock Swish Appeal, SB Nation’s women’s basketball blog.
Here’s second part of our round table on it what the Wizards need to do with their future.
We got the crew together to chat about whether it’s time for the Wizards to move on from their franchise guard.
Let’s chat about the rotation in Washington, which is still not truly set yet.
The Washington Wizards guard has played more at the point guard position in recent seasons. Should he play more from this position going forward?
Here is the final part of our roundtable on the Wizards’ offseason moves.
Our roundtable continues as more of our writers give their thoughts on the Wizards’ active offseason.
We chat about our thoughts regarding the Wizards’ moves in an active free agency season.
We continue our discussion of Scott Brooks’ performance as the Wizards’ head coach here.
We chatted, some of us at length about what can be done, whether it’s for the Wizards to make the second round of the playoffs or just get in the play-in game.
We chatted about the Washington Wizards’ crisis which goes hand in hand with the biggest crisis of our lifetimes.
Here is our third and final part of our discussion on John Wall’s trade request.
Our discussion about the biggest story around the Washington Wizards continues.
We begin talking about how we feel about the Wizards’ franchise player wanting to take his talents somewhere else.
Our discussion on the Wizards’ first round draft selection continues ... with some words from an old friend!
We chatted about the biggest news of the day outside of the NBA Draft last night.
The 2019-20 NBA season’s bubble has been executed as well as we would have hoped. But that doesn’t mean that the 2020-21 NBA season can just go on in cities without fans.
The Seattle Storm forward and 2018 WNBA MVP regained her form in just one year after tearing her Achilles tendon in a EuroLeague Women championship game. It’s not the same league, but the Washington Wizards are likely hoping for a similar turnaround from their franchise player.
The Bullets Forever team chats about what’s ahead for the Wizards now that their 2019-20 NBA season is over.
We brainstormed over the last month over some ideas on the frontcourt who would work best with a guard pairing featuring the Panda and Agent Zero.
Our staff discussed the suspension of the 2019-20 NBA season, both from the league and Wizards ownership perspectives.
The Washington Wizards point guard is getting closer to an NBA return, most likely for next season. But should he return sooner to shake off some rust?
In the second part of our roundtable with Swish Swish, we talked more about the Mystics.