Roddy Beaubois is supposed to be part of the Wizards' roster training at Verizon Center next week for Las Vegas summer league, but the point guard who has been trying to play his way back into the
The most amazing part of the Eastern Conference starts at the top. It's not that the Atlanta Hawks (47-12) are in first place. It's that they lead all others by at least 10 games.
The NBA is littered with ex-Wizards or players from the greater D.C./Baltimore area.
An elite draft pick such Jabari Parker can change the prospects for an NBA team, even one as bad as the Milwaukee Bucks who won just 15 games last season.
Now that the honeymoon phase is over, the aches and pains are beginning to be felt as the Wizards enter the fourth day of training camp Friday at Verizon Center.