D.J. Augustin


The squabbles that the Wizards have had when it comes to perimeter defense can be attributed in large part to the loss of Trevor Ariza, who they had to let walk in free agency to the today's oppon


John Wall didn't attempt a single foul shot, even though he had a sizable shiner underneath his right eye with two deep scratches.


The Wizards aren't just aiming to go a step beyond last season's playoff success, which would mean the Eastern Conference finals.


As the Wizards are on the verge of seeing Bradley Beal back on the practice court before November is done, they're getting better without him after Wednesday's 107-103 win vs.


Randy Wittman finally has the comfort of a three-year contract going into this season with a roster retooled with veterans and keeping the core of the Wizards intact.