Wall, Gortat meet in private to address beef

It’s no secret the Washington Wizards have locker room issues. It’s been a staple for them for a few years now. In the past, it was John Wall and Bradley Beal fighting for who was the alpha of the team. The two stars seem to have moved past that, but now it appears Wall and […]

Wizards taking long look at Lawson

With star point guard John Wall still on crutches following a knee injury, the Washington Wizards are on the lookout for some veteran point guard options. Among the candidates, according to a report from ESPN, is free agent Ty Lawson. Per the report, Lawson and the Wizards are holding ongoing discussions and he is under serious […]

Wizards eye Sessions, others for PG role

The Washington Wizards are likely to audition a veteran point guard by way of a 10-day contract, according to a report from NBA.com. Per the report, Ramon Sessions, Donald Sloan, Briante Weber and Derrick Rose are all potential candidates. The Wizards are trying to fill a hole at the position following a knee injury to […]

Jazz waive Rose; Wizards, T-Wolves said to be interested

As expected, the Utah Jazz made it official as they announced Saturday that they have waived Derrick Rose. Rose and Jae Crowder were traded to Utah on Thursday by the Cleveland Cavaliers in a three-team deal that sent Rodney Hill of Utah and George Hill of Sacramento to Cleveland. Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reported Rose […]

Wizards looking to add veteran point guard

With starting point guard John Wall sidelined with a knee injury for the foreseeable future, the team is focused on landing a veteran guard via the free agent market, according to the Washington Post. Wall underwent left knee surgery and is expected to miss six to eight weeks. The Wizards have been playing Bradley Beal at the point […]

Wizards willing to talk about moving Gortat

The Washington Wizards have been involved in trade talks in regards to starting center Marcin Gortat, according to a report. ESPN’s Brian Windhorst reports the Wizards are on the prowl to improve their team immediately, but not at the cost of taking on more long-term money. Even though the Wizards’ lost All-Star point guard John […]

Beal: Raptors are best team in the East

While the Boston Celtics have sat atop the Eastern Conference standings pretty much all season, and while the LeBron James and the Cavaliers are three-time defending champions of the East, another team should don the crown as the best in the East right now. According to Bradley Beal, anyway. Beal, the Washington Wizards’ high-scoring All-Star […]

Wizards’ Wall to undergo knee surgery

Washington Wizards point guard John Wall will undergo left knee surgery Wednesday in Cleveland and is expected to miss six to eight weeks, according to the Washington Post. Wall’s knee has been bothering him since Nov. 7 after he collided knee-to-knee with a Dallas Mavericks player. In late November, Wall received platelet-rich plasma and viscosupplementation injections to reduce inflammation […]

Wizards’ Wall to get second opinion on knee

Washington Wizards point guard John Wall is dealing with a sore left knee and will not play Saturday night against the Atlanta Hawks, per head coach Scott Brooks. Brooks told reporters after the Wizards’ shootaround that Wall has been feeling discomfort in his knee during the team’s current road trip and the ailment is impacting the All-Star’s […]

‘Small’ talk ignites war of words between Wall and Barea

A little small talk goes a long way toward a true war of words, apparently. A dustup between J.J. Barea of the Mavericks and John Wall of the Wizards during Dallas’ 98-75 whipping of visiting Washington escalated in a verbal manner in the respective postgame locker rooms. “It was cool to me. It was funny,” […]

Report: Wizards’ players-only meeting didn’t go well

When it comes to professional sports teams and players-only meetings, two important aspects in whether it leads to improvement are the ability for everyone to speak freely and for egos to be checked at the door. A recent such gathering did not go well for the Washington Wizards, according to all accounts, who promptly went […]

The Buck stops here! Delly tossed for flagrant-2

Matthew Dellavedova has made a name for himself and, in the process, carved out a nice career for himself with his tough, take-no-prisoners style of play. However, as those who follow the Cleveland Cavaliers are aware, “Delly,” who spent the first three years of his career with the Cavaliers before signing a free-agent deal with […]

Wall has interesting take on fixing one-and-done rule

The NBA’s one-and-done rule remains a hot-button issue, with opinions ranging far and wide and discussions on it taking place almost daily. In fact, NBA commissioner Adam Silver and NBPA executive director Michele Roberts went to Washington, D.C. in November to meet with the Commission on College Basketball to talk about what is next for […]