Rotnei Clarke Is A Prospect To Watch At Washington Wizards Pre-Draft Workout.

Rotnei Clarke

Glancing over the list of players (Tyler Brown, Rotnei Clarke, Gregory Echenique, Ehimen Orukpe, Miguel Paul and Angelo Sharpless) scheduled to participate on Monday at the Washington Wizards’ pre-draft workout, you won’t get an inkling as to who Washington may […]

Washington Wizards Draft Dilemma, Potential or Production?

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  With the NBA Draft order now set, a consensus is forming about what will happen at the top of the draft. Many mock drafts have Nerlens Noel going No.1 overall to the Cleveland Cavaliers and one of a quartet of guard prospects (Ben McLemore, Trey Burke, Victor […]

Washington Wizards’ Jan Vesely is Poster Boy of Poor Player Development

Washington Wizards Jan Vesely

With all indications signaling the Washington Wizards will take a frontcourt player with the No.3 overall pick in next month’s NBA Draft, fans can only hope that the new draftee will turn out better than former 2011 No. 6 overall […]

2013 NBA Draft Will Bring Clarity to Martell Webster’s Place on 2013-14 Washington Wizards

Washington Wizards Martell Webster

With the Portland Trail Blazers and Minnesota Timberwolves, Martell Webster showed glimpses of what made him the No.6 overall pick in the 2005 NBA Draft. Due to injury, his tenure with both organizations was also a glimpse. Webster signed a […]

Should Washington Wizards Owner Ted Leonsis Fire GM Ernie Grunfeld?

Ted Leonsis, Washington Wizards

As noted in my previous article, the Washington Wizards find themselves in a power position after garnering the No.3 overall pick in the NBA Draft. The question in Washington, though, is if current Wizards general manager Ernie Grunfeld is the right […]

Washington Wizards Move Up in Draft Lottery to Garner No.3 Overall Pick

Wizards Draft

With the 2013 NBA Draft order now set, it’s becoming more apparent where certain prospects will land. With the Cleveland Cavaliers winning the No.1 overall pick for the second time in three years, center Nerlens Noel is essentially a lock for […]

One’s Trash, Another’s Treasure: Washington Wizards Should Pursue Former Los Angeles Clippers Head Coach Vinny Del Negro

Vinny Del Negro

With the 2012-13 NBA season behind them, the Washington Wizards enter the offseason with a multitude of questions facing them. Is John Wall worth a max contract extension? Should they continue their playoff push and trade this year’s first-round pick […]

Washington Wizards: Re-evaluating 2011 NBA Draft Class

Jan Vesely Washington Wizards

A year after drafting franchise cornerstone John Wall with the No. 1 overall pick, the Washington Wizards selected  Jan Vesely ( No. 6 overall), Chris Singleton ( No. 18 overall) and Shelvin Mack (No. 32 overall) in the 2011 NBA […]

Phoenix Suns Have What Washington Wizards Need to Make Playoffs

Injured Washington Wizards

With few impact players present in both free agency and the 2013 NBA Draft, a trade is the best way for the Washington Wizards to improve their roster. The perfect trade partner for Washington is the Phoenix Suns, as both […]

Washington Wizards Guard Bradley Beal Named to All-Rookie Team

Washington Wizards Bradley Beal

Bradley Beal’s successful rookie campaign was recognized on Tuesday. The Washington Wizards guard was named to the 2012-13 NBA All-Rookie first team, joining Portland Trail Blazers point guard and Rookie of the Year Damian Lillard, New Orleans Hornets forward Anthony Davis, Cleveland Cavaliers guard Dion Waiters and Golden State Warriors forward Harrison Barnes Beal becomes the fifth rookie […]

In Chase of Postseason, Washington Wizards Would Be Best Served By Trading 2013 First-Round Pick

Washington Wizards John Wall

It’s May in the nation’s capital and for the fifth consecutive year, the only playoff games in the Verizon Center are courtesy of the Washington Capitals. Surely, the Washington Wizards didn’t envision this would be the case after they ousted JaVale McGee and Andray Blatche and acquired […]