Washington Wizards Team Analysis
After an encouraging start, Washington’s defense is bleeding points recently. What gives and how can the team fix it?
The Washington Wizards aren’t projected to make the postseason by many sources. Can they buck that trend?
Here is part two of our series.
Let’s continue this!
The Wizards’ General Manager and Head Coach presented some interesting reasons for D.C. fans to be excited.
The Wizards missed on Mitchell — but did they ever really swing?
Which Wizards players could get traded next year. And what will the Mystics need to get back into Finals contention in 2023?
The Washington guard expresses his excitement on what the future holds.
The Wizards have made moves to address their offense, defense and have committed to Bradley Beal long term. Now, they have no choice to but to try to see if it all works out.
Self-sabotaging behavior interferes with long-standing goals. If the Wizards' goal is to actually build a strong team, they've done themselves a disservice by agreeing to Beal's additional contract demands. They've done fans a disservice as well.
What do the Wizards’ newest additions bring to the table this season?
For the 6th straight year, at least one former Wizards player has won a title. It may be a coincidence, but it may also mean something more to the Wizards themselves.
Here are your questions and my answers
The Wizards need to not make the mistake from the past and force a move for need. Instead, this team needs to continue to build their roster, even if they do not get their future point guard right away.
The Wizards have a lot of salary tied up in just a few guys, they will need to rely on their scouting department to find them impact players on the margins.
Here are the questions in our March mailbag.
The Wizards’ last five years, with Bradley Beal as their top player, have experienced a long run of mediocrity. They haven’t been good enough to make the playoffs in most of the past several seasons, but also not bad enough to get a top pick.
Here is the second part of our roundtable!
Let’s review the moves, including Washington’s play for Kristaps Porzingis.
The Wizards’ President of Basketball Operations states that the only way to become championship caliber is by getting consistent postseason experience.
Here’s second part of our round table on it what the Wizards need to do with their future.
We got the crew together to chat about whether it’s time for the Wizards to move on from their franchise guard.
Let’s chat about the rotation in Washington, which is still not truly set yet.
Here is the first part of our mailbag where we also talk about a nickname or a new one for Bradley Beal.