Washington Wizards Player Analysis
Westbrook was not an All-NBA or an All-Star this year, perhaps a bit unfairly. But at the same time, without him, the Wizards would be in a much different spot right now.
The reserve Washington Wizards guard remained a steady presence off the bench in his second season for Washington. That said, the team still performed better when he was off the floor.
The reserve wing player needs to improve his shooting, especially close to the basket as he heads to the fourth season of his rookie scale contract.
The Washington Wizards rookie just doesn’t have much of a sample size to make a more detailed evaluation. With a new head coach, things could change.
The season’s biggest surprise came in a desperation trade deadline deal, that allowed the Wizards to pick up center Daniel Gafford. Gafford’s play was a welcome sight for a franchise that has struggled with finding effective centers.
Russell Westbrook is quite the enigma. He’s a talented superstar that has can cause you to pull your hair out and to celebrate within a few moments. In this article, we look at some things that we have learned in his first year in DC.
The NBA center is a dying breed. But the Wizards are resurrecting the position.
The Washington Wizards point guard will likely average a triple-double for the fourth time in five seasons, this time at the age of 32.
Here are our opinions on the Washington Wizards guard’s scoring, whether "Everybody Eats" is still a thing with him, and his defense.
The ESPN journalist and "First Take" commentator was not impressed with the Wizards guard because it’s what he has always done.
We take a deeper dive into what Russell Westbrook is contributing for the Wizards this season. Is he really a net asset for Washington?
The former ninth overall pick has shown a noticeable improvement through three games this season.
If you have noticed a lack of explosiveness at the rim by Russell Westbrook, you aren’t the only one. We take a deeper look at some early season trends.
The Washington Wizards center is shooting at career-high percentages, which will be really good if this holds up for the season.