It's still early in the NBA season, but John Wall isn't hiding that he has taken to heart all the criticisms about his game -- and the five-year, $80 million extension the Wizards gave him in the
The Wizards withstood a three-point shooting barrage, and the emotional letdown of Bradley Beal not being in the lineup to win their second game in a row at Verizon Center in front of 19,204 Tuesd
Washington expects it to feel like a "road" game even though this will be at home. In the last game, the New York Knicks almost as many fans among the 18,000-plus.
The Wizards played without starting center Emeka Okafor again because of flu-like symptoms and guards Bradley Beal (ankle) and A.J.