Closing games is a strength of the Wizards (9-3), and if they can ever figure out how to get off to more efficient starts they'll have most of the pieces of the puzzle together to make a strong ca
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Bradley Beal isn't even in optimum condition to play, but his production in his first three games of the season for the Wizards suggests otherwise: 16.7 points on 51.2% shooting, 50% from three-po
As coach-speak goes every game is important, but the stretch the Wizards are entering for the next two weeks can help them create separation between themselves and the field in the East.
Ending the week 2-1, after Saturday's gritty, 111-100 comeback win at the Milwaukee Bucks, is what the Wizards (9-3) were looking for all along.