The Wizards are a flawed NBA team, a revelation that generally makes them no different than the majority of teams, but is now frightening obvious.
About this time last year, Rasual Butler found himself in a similar situation with the Indiana Pacers, who had the best record in the East all season but struggled to close out the season.
Instead of doing my usual five takeaways following the Wizards' game, their fifth loss in a row and 10th in 12 games, 97-77 to the Minnesota Timberwolves, this requires a broader view of what has
Stop when something here sounds unfamiliar: The Wizards got out to a double-digit lead early, relinquished it to end the second quarter and came out flat to start the third en route to another los
A 9-2 lead stalls for the Wizards because of consecutive bad passes, from Nene and John Wall, and the Golden State Warriors are soon able to get on top of the first quarter.