(For what we liked out of the Wizards home debut, click here)
Anderson Varejao's game is typically more subtle than highlight generating. The center's value stems more from rebounding and heady play than direct point producing.
This week I posted results from 15 questions about the Wizards upcom
WASHINGTON (AP) One day during training camp, Washington Wizards owner Ted Leonsis was shooting standing-still jump shots with face-of-the-franchise John Wall.
Competitive throughout and leading early in the fourth quarter, the Washington Wizards fell behind for good following an Andray Blatche-keyed 13-3 run and lost 98-88 to the Nets in the first game