Randy Wittman suggested that one reason the Wizards lost a double-digit lead to the Spurs Wednesday was excessive switching on defense. But did the Wizards actually switch too much in the second half? If so, were the switches damaging?
The Wizards offense has been a disappointment this season, largely due to their propensity to fire away from midrange. But there can be some good long two-pointers. We point out a couple plays where we can live with the shot.
Last year's Wizards' defense was much more traditional and conservative. This year, they are trapping ball-handlers and engaging in far too many switches both on and off the ball. Maybe that's why the defense has fallen off.
Washington nearly blew a once 25-point lead Wednesday night in Cleveland in large part due to their offensive execution late in the ball game. What exactly went wrong, and how can it be rectified? We break it down here.
John Wall hit five of eight three-pointers in Wednesday's win over the 76ers and is averaging nearly five attempts per game from downtown. Is this is a good development? We discuss when it's appropriate for Wall to rise and fire from downtown.
By the end of the 2011-12 season, Kevin Seraphin looked like one of the key cogs in the Wizards rebuild. Just a year later and he's being looked at as a player who could have his rights renounced by October 31st. What went wrong?
John Wall's jump shot has improved over the last few weeks, and it was especially on point in Wall's 47-point outburst against the Grizzlies. But what has really changed with Wall's shooting motion? We break down film to find out.