Wizards Fall Short to the Celtics in Boston

John WallThe former Boston Celtic, Paul Pierce, got yet another standing ovation from the crowd as he returned to TD Garden tonight. Unfortunately, the Boston Celtics crowd was able to enjoy another standing ovation, but this time for their teams performance. The Washington Wizards late fourth quarter surge was not enough to overcome their 101-93 defeat from the Celtics.

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Wizards host Pelicans in Second Annual Baltimore Classic

The Washington Wizards will play the New Orleans Pelicans in the Royal Farms Arena, formally Baltimore Arena tonight at 7.

The game will be the second time the Wizards have played in Baltimore Classic in as many years. Last preseason, the Wizards hosted Baltimore Native Carmelo Antony and the New York Knicks. The Knicks won the game 98-89. Read more about Wizards host Pelicans in Second Annual Baltimore Classic

Washington might have lost the season but they have not lost hope

 

Dynamic Backcourt DuoThe Washington Wizards were on their way to tying up the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals series at two wins apiece Sunday night, but a man by the name of Paul George got in their way. George rallied the Indiana Pacers back from 19 points down to give them a 95-92 win, while going 12/20 from the field and 7/10 from long-range ending the day with 39 points and 12 rebounds. Roy Hibbert has started to show up as well, scoring 14 points or more in each of his last three game. With the Wizards down 3-1 in the series, should we lose all hope? Read more about Washington might have lost the season but they have not lost hope

Sterling case marks a change in our culture

I, like many sports fans who have cleared their thirtieth birthday, was not shocked to hear that Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling had made some racist comments. Sterling has made them before. Many times in fact. I can remember lawsuits, including Elgin Baylor’s claiming racial and age discrimination, and stories about Sterling’s behavior and attitude going back over a decade. What I cannot remember is there ever being this kind of outrage before. Read more about Sterling case marks a change in our culture

Wizards in full control of series after game two

wizardsThe Washington Wizards head back to DC with a two game lead over the Chicago Bulls after squeezing out an overtime victory in what can only be described as an ugly game. The easiest thing to do would be to criticize the officiating for their, seemingly biased but mostly just incredibly inconsistent, foul calling. However, I do not believe a team should ever look to the officiating as an excuse for a loss or poor play. No matter how much a Read more about Wizards in full control of series after game two