For those who chose sleep over watching West Coast NBA basketball last night, here's what you missed: Klay Thompson didn't.
The Wizards are 29-14 heading into a four-game road trip, their most crucial stretch before heading into the All-Star break that begins after they play Feb. 11.
Almost a month ago John Wall's eyes lit up when he learned that he was leading Eastern Conference guards in the All-Star vote among fans to be a starter for the first time.
Monday's drubbing of the Philadelphia 76ers, 111-76, put the Wizards (29-13) in a good mind-set heading into Wednesday's highly anticipated matchup vs.
The Wizards are 27-12 and have a break today from practice before getting ready for consecutive games vs.