Washington Wizards Team Analysis
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.
The Wizards are just a little above .500 this season.
The Washington Wizards returned to the playoffs for the first time since 2018. But it wasn’t enough for them to stand pat with their starting backcourt of Russell Westbrook and Bradley Beal.
Here are more of your questions for this month’s mailbag.
The Wizards have lost 12 out of the last 17 games and Beal has declined, at least statistically. Can Washington really afford to lock Beal into a huge max contract?
If these errors didn’t happen, Washington MAY have had more of a chance to get a win.
That and questions about the trade block are in this part of the mailbag!
Our team had a lot of long answers to your long questions. Here’s the second part of the mailbag so you won’t see one 100,000 word piece!
Here is the first part of your questions in this month’s mailbag.
The Wizards are off to a fast start. There are a number of ways this team differs from last year. Today we examine some early trends.
We go over the most contentious topic, but a very important one around the Wizards’ season in the final part of our survey from this week.
Also, check out the players whom fans nationwide believe will win the MVP, ROY, the Eastern Conference, and Western Conference this season.
Here is the first part of our mailbag!
With the Brooklyn Nets not allowing Kyrie Irving to practice or play until he is vaccinated, the Washington Wizards and their star Bradley Beal are now the face of the minority of players who are refusing to take the COVID-19 vaccine.
These Wizards have the best shot at competing for the various NBA regular season awards.
Vaccine mandates in New York City, San Francisco and Los Angeles only affect home team players. So for now, Bradley Beal isn’t going to lose money for his decision.