Washington Wizards Coaching Analysis
Analysis of Washington Wizards coaching and psychology.
We answer one question directly (and in advance of our full mailbag for tomorrow.)
A new head coach can help. But that’s only better with more talented players.
The Washington Wizards now have an opportunity to make things right with their next head coach. And here are many of the names whom we should consider.
It isn’t too late for the Wizards to get started, openly. But it will be interesting to see what the interest is if they don’t bring back their head coach from last season and delay that decision for much longer.
If the Wizards decide not to renew Scott Brooks, Sam Cassell and Darvin Ham are two names worth considering.
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.
Two Bullets Forever writers take a look at one of the most asked questions among the Wizards fanbase.
Tony Scott and Jarell Christian are two of the more obvious names. But don’t overlook Corey Gaines either.
The Washington Mystics now must focus on young players improving while Toliver now has an "out" from the Wizards if their performance doesn’t improve relatively soon.
The Washington Wizards assistant coach and Washington Mystics point guard can now get paid market rate for her NBA gig.
The Washington Wizards may end up regretting Scott Brooks’ inconsistent treatment of Troy Brown, whose role continues to be in flux.
CJ Miles is slowly creeping in the rotation ahead of Bonga
Changing the shot profile may be diminishing his overall production, but it’s good for Bryant’s development
In a year where the Wizards are probably not making the playoffs, it’s important to look at other ways to track the head coach’s performance.
Saunders was a Wizards assistant coach from 2009-2014.
Due to WNBA regulations, the Wizards assistant coach is only earning $10,000 this season from the Mystics’ discretionary offseason budget.