Washington Wizards Player Analysis
What should the Wizards do with their point guard rotation?
The Wizards have four guards who are all ideally suited as complementary pieces.
Bradley Beal: To blame, or not to blame?
Analyzing the Washington Wizards’ outlook with Beal at the helm.
Don’t worry too much about Davis
Davis’ early struggles are normal and not a sign of things to come.
Debating Bradley Beal’s Place in the NBA’s Hierarchy Part 1
Where does Beal place among the elite?
Should the Wizards be all in on Kuzmania? (Part 2)
Let’s continue this!
Should the Wizards be all in on Kuzmania, Part 1?
We start previewing the Wizards’ season based on what we think Kyle Kuzma will provide.
The 2022-23 Best-Case Scenario Wizards: Kristaps Porzingis
Can the NBA’s original unicorn find his footing once again?
Reflecting on Kyle Kuzma’s under-the-radar excellence
The former punching bag of cynical NBA fans shone last year in an increased role for the Washington Wizards.
Gibson is just the veteran the Wizards needed
The Wizards’ newest acquisition brings more than his humble stat lines suggest.
Breaking down Beal’s supermax contract and no-trade clause
The Wizards’ star is now the only player in the NBA with a no-trade clause.
2021-22 Wizards player evaluations: Corey Kispert
Washington brought Kispert in to help space the floor. But the Gonzaga alum flashed more than just that in his first year.
NBA Draft 2022: An introduction to Wizards rookie Johnny Davis
The tenth pick out of Wisconsin is ready to contribute at the NBA level.
NBA Draft 2022: 5 stat superlatives that define Johnny Davis
Here’s a closer look at the Washington Wizards rookie’s sophomore season at Wisconsin.
2021-22 Wizards player evaluations: Bradley Beal
This season was not the best for the franchise player given his wrist injury and declining three point shooting efficiency. But Beal continued to become a better distributor as well.
2021-22 Wizards player evaluations: Kentavious Caldwell-Pope
KCP is one of Bradley Beal’s friends and would be a solid piece on most teams. But is he a fit for the long term of the franchise?
2021-22 Wizards player evaluations: Kristaps Porzingis
The Washington Wizards post played 17 games and had strong individual numbers. But he’ll have to do the same with Bradley Beal next season and get this team on a winning track.
2021-22 Wizards Player Evaluations: Daniel Gafford
Daniels Gafford went from being a starter to a backup center. Did his season help make the case for him as a starter again in the future?
If the Wizards bring back Wall, they need a plan
And really, the Wizards should not bring him back.
2021-22 Wizards player evaluations: Rui Hachimura
Here’s a two-way chat on how the Washington Wizards forward improved this season and what we can look forward to next year.
2021-22 Wizards player evaluations: Anthony Gill improves in his second year off the bench
Let’s take a look at Washington’s reserve center.
2021-22 Wizards player evaluations: Ish Smith
The Wizards guard signed with the Charlotte Hornets in free agency, only to see himself return via trade at the deadline.
2021-22 Wizards Player Evaluations: Raul Neto
Raul’s second season did not quite live up to his first season with the team. What does that mean for his future with the team?
2021-22 Wizards player evaluations: Tomas Satoransky
He may not return, but Sato made the most of his time in Washington again.
2021-22 Wizards player evaluations: Cassius Winston
Winston spent most of his season with the Capital City Go-Go and sparingly with the NBA team.
2021-22 Wizards player evaluations: Jordan Schakel
Schakel spent most of his season with the Capital City Go-Go.
2021-22 Wizards Player Evaluations: Deni Avdija
Deni was one of five player in the league who played every game this season. Did he take advantage of the time he had on the court?
2021-22 Wizards player evaluations: Thomas Bryant
The center was the starter just one season ago. Now, he fell off the rotation and will likely be playing somewhere else next season
2021-22 Wizards player evaluations: Isaiah Todd
Isaiah Todd spent most of his season with the Capital City Go-Go.
The Wizards can still make use of Bryant, even if he’s not in their long-term plans.
It’s apparent that the Wizards will move on from the center because of Kristaps Porzingis’ arrival. But that doesn’t mean that they should leave him on the bench for the rest of the season.
Kuzma is taking advantage of his moment with the Wizards
The Washington Wizards forward has been playing very well this season due to improved play, even while the team has performed poorly in recent weeks.
Interview: Bryant’s agent pleased with center’s return. keeping eye on future
We spoke to Todd Ramasar, the CEO of Life Sports Agency, which has clients in the NBA like Washington Wizards center Thomas Bryant. Ramasar also gave us an update on Marcin Gortat, whom he also represents.
REPORT: The Washington Wizards could make a “major push” for Kevin Durant, via @AmicoHoops.— Hoop Central (@TheHoopCentral) July 18, 2022