Washington Wizards Team Analysis
It seems like the Wizards won’t be any closer to title contention in the years to come despite the departure of Scott Brooks.
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.
A recent Washington Post article pretty much summed up the Wizards as a team on the "treadmill of mediocrity." And while it didn’t explicitly advocate tanking, it wasn’t far off.
While the Wizards have accomplished a key goal of making the postseason, they certainly had a very up-and-down road to get there.
The Wizards should try to counter the 76ers’ size advantage by starting one of their small forwards in place of Raul Neto.
Time for us to be positive here!
Jayson Tatum has been on a tear recently and limiting his production will be key to a Wizards’ victory.
The Wizards can finish 8th, 9th, or 10th. Here’s how.
The Wizards have improved their seeding in the East by a lot. They can still improve it even further!
The Wizards are now ninth in the Eastern Conference and the play-in tournament seems inevitable! Here’s how they can finish 9th, 10th ... or even 11th.
Here is everything you wanted to know about the Play-In tournament, how it could affect the NBA Draft Lottery, and where the Wizards fit into it.
Hughes explains the impact of Daniel Gafford on the team’s defense and how they can continue to improve on that side of the ball.
So far, it looks like the Washington Wizards’ trade deadline deal that brought Gafford is paying off, especially on defense. Not so much for the other sides.
The good news is that the team didn’t trade any of their younger players for veterans. But they also haven’t changed their outlook in the short to medium run either.
Here are our questions to our March mailbag.
With the trade deadline only a week away, these are the type of guys likely in the Wizards’ price range
Here is the second part to our latest survey.
Rui Hachimura is a tough player to come up with a good comparison for but specific aspects of his game are reminiscent of former Wizards
Russell Westbrook also should play more back-to-backs, according to fans.