Random Washington Wizards miscellany.
Though she was left out of the All-Star team, Cloud made up for it by being part of the WNBA’s best defensive backcourt and earning All-WNBA Defensive First Team honors.
The former Washington Mystics guard cemented her place as a player during the 2018 season. But in 2019, she became a leader off the court as well.
Former Wizard Jahadi White will answer your questions on Bleav in Wizards.
Early in Cloud’s career, it wasn’t clear if she could be a long-term WNBA veteran. But she made significant strides in 2018 to put any doubts to rest.
The long-time WNBA guard is one of the most accomplished players in Mystics history.
The Mystics originally had the 20th overall pick in the second round of the 2015 WNBA Draft, but they used that and Quanitra Hollingsworth to get the No. 15 pick from the Seattle Storm. The Storm also received that pick in a previous trade.
Eran Soroka covers basketball for Sport5 in Israel and has seen Avdija progress since he was a young player.
It’s the NBA All-Star break. And it’s a great time for us to catch up on the Wizards, the trade deadline and more.
No, don’t thank us.. THANK YOU DANIEL GAFFORD!
Former Washington Wizard Jahadi White weighs in on what type of coach and which candidates make the most sense for next season.
Though there could be a snowstorm hitting the Washington area on Tuesday, the NBA does all that it can to ensure that games are played on time.
Also: what’s up with the coaching and Corey Kispert’s drive game
The Washington Wizards forward posted on X that no NBA team wants to be the one that loses to Detroit, who are on a 28-game losing streak.
White will also provide perspective on what morale is probably like with this year’s 5-25 team.
The Phoenix Suns guard and former Washington Wizards star gave his opinion on his old team’s planned move to Alexandria.
Virginia Ali, Frances Tiafoe and Pusha T have bobbleheads in games starting next month.
Wizards Insider Troy Haliburton and I have a conversation about the Wizards' potential move to Virginia and what comes next.
Former Wizards Jahadi White gives his perspective on what’s next for the Wizards.
Another article "praises" the wizards guard for not being too serious about life.
Jahadi White and I will be answering listener questions on tomorrow's podcast.