2016-17 NBA Awards: All-Wizards Edition

On Monday night, the NBA's best and brightest will converge in New York City for the first annual NBA Awards. In years past, the NBA's annual
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Wizards 2016-17 awards with Chase Hughes and Chris Miles

Wizards 2016-17 awards with Chase Hughes and Chris Miles, including best-dressed player and best-dressed media member.
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Was John Wall snubbed from NBA All-Defense team?

The NBA announced the 2016-17 All_Defense Team and Wizards John Wall did not make the list? Was he rightfully snubbed? CSN's Chase Hughes and Chris Miles break it down.
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John Wall had funny reaction to All-Defensive Team snub

The only certain things in life are death, taxes, and John Wall feeling slighted.Shortly after the NBA announced their 2016-17 All-Defensive Teams on Monday, the Washington Wizards point guard, who did not qualify for either team, tweeeted this simple yet telling reaction to the news. Wall was beaten out by Chris Paul and Patrick Beverley for the two guard spots on the All-Defensive...
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Washington Wizards: Which 2017 free agents should they retain?

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How much are the Wizards willing to spend over the luxury tax line?

By the end of this week, the Washington Wizards may dare to wander into a new and exciting land: the luxury tax. For years the Wizards have avoided the luxury tax line, almost as if it represented a dangerous precipice over which the franchise could plummet. Even in 2013 when the team rewarded John Wall with […]
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Bradley Beal gets back to basketball at his Virginia hoops camp

LORTON, Va. — It’s been more than a month since the Washington Wizards’ season ended and during that time, Bradley Beal has not thought much about basketball. He’s kept a low profile, grown his hair a bit longer and mostly ignored the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers trilogy — even though the 4-1 series win […]
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Washington Wizards: 2017 NBA Draft grades

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Bradley Beal happy for friend Jayson Tatum, but disowns him for going to Celtics

The roots between Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal and Jayson Tatum run deep. They’re both from St. Louis. They attended the same high school, five years apart, and both brought home Missouri state championships. They both have great taste and love Imo’s pizza. And since St. Louis is essentially just a big, small town from which […]
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2016-17 NBA Awards: The Gary Payton Award for best trash talk of the year

Monday night, the first televised NBA Awards show takes place. Finally, some two months after the end of the 2016-17 NBA regular season, we'll find out who takes home MVP, Rookie of the Year, Executive of the Year, Sixth Man, Coach of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year and more. However, the annual honors bestowed on players, coaches and executives alike leave something to be...
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The Wizards Finally Purchase a G League Team

The Washington Wizards are finally getting a G League team. The Wizards acquired the rights to the G League’s 27th team (formerly known as the NBA Development League), which will debut in the 2018-19 season at the Wizards’ new practice facility, currently being built in the District’s Ward 8, the former site of St. Elizabeths Hospital. Currently, 26 franchises operate G League...
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John Wall feels snubbed after only making All-NBA third team

John Wall was named to an All-NBA team for the first time in his seven-year career last month, but the Washington Wizards star can’t help but feel like he deserved more.Wall, who averaged 23.1 points and 10.7 assists per game, took home All-NBA third team honors. He made it clear in an appearance on Alex Kennedy’s HoopsHype podcast that he feels that was one tier too low.“A...
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Brandon Jennings warns against trying to form super-teams like Warriors

Almost all of the biggest NBA trade rumors we have heard in the past week involve the prospect of superstar players joining forces, and one veteran is warning teams that trying to become the Golden State Warriors won’t work for everyone.While the idea of guys like LeBron James, Paul George and Jimmy Butler forming super-teams sounds enticing, Washington Wizards point guard Brandon...
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Paul George rumors suggest Wizards might push Pacers for trade

Count the Washington Wizards as a team willing to pursue Paul George as a rental. Most rumors so far have suggested the Cleveland Cavaliers might want to make a move and pair him with LeBron James. The Los Angeles Lakes continue to hover in the background as well considering they’re the franchise George continues to eye, and even mentioned when he told the Pacers he’s leaving...
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Can this all-time Washington Wizards team win the 2017 NBA Championship?

The Washington Wizards franchise has featured some of the greatest NBA players of all time throughout its history. Many of them are hall of famers. There are some players that might have brought a championship to the franchise other than their lone 1978 NBA Championship had they played for the Wizards/ Bullets in their primes. In the midst of arguably the most loaded NBA Finals in...
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John Wall cites Wizards’ lack of depth as reason for playoff exit

It’s no secret that the Washington Wizards had one of the most ineffective and inconsistent group of reserves/bench players in the NBA this season. The Wizards had one of the best starting fives in the league — which was evidenced by how frequently they jumped out to first-quarter leads against the Celtics, yet still lost the playoff series — but their lack of depth, especially...
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John Wall calls out Wizards’ bench

In the John Wall era, the Washington Wizards have made the playoffs four times. But while they’ve consistently advanced past the first round, the Wizards have yet to see the conference finals. Washington was downed in six games by the Indiana Pacers and Atlanta Hawks in 2014 and 2015, respectively. In 2017, the Wizards reached Game 7 of the second round, but fell short against...
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May 25, 2017  |  Discuss

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