Before Tuesday night’s game against the Wizards, Miami Heat superstar Dwyane Wade talked about how “one moment, one game” could turn the fortunes of the Wizards’ season.
All of the good feelings that came from the Wizards’ first win of the season Wednesday night ended 48 hours later with a lopsided 108-87 loss to the Knicks at Madison Square
With 2:06 left in the fourth quarter and the Wizards were stuck at 79 points and had been so for over six minutes. Their 15-point lead was gone they needed someone, anyone, to step up and hit a b
Charles Barkley is known for having an appetite, so maybe the Wizards simply wanted him to eat his words.