Members of the Washington Capitals and Washington Wizards have joined the campaign the to bring the Summer Olympics of 2024 to our Nation's Capital.
Without Paul Pierce's defense, John Wall wouldn't have been in position to score the final 10 points of a second overtime to beat the Boston Celtics.
Third-year guard Bradley Beal calling Monday's 133-132 double-overtime victory the wildest game he's been apart of in the NBA, that's nice.
Play as long and as well as Paul Pierce, the record book will come calling. The latest numerical nugget for the 16-year veteran came Monday night against the franchise he knows best.
Monday's win, which included the Wizards squandering a 23-point lead and battling back from seven-point deficit in each of two overtimes, is as draining as a back-to-back can get for a team.