After 82 games over five-plus months, we have finally arrived at the NBA postseason.
The final day of the NBA regular season is upon us and a chunk of the Eastern Conference playoff picture remains undetermined.
Tuesday's 99-95 double overtime loss at the Indiana Pacers did nothing to the Wizards as it relates to the playoffs, but it was their last chance to really get their starters a serious look before
WIzards coach Randy Wittman explains why the starters remained on the court so late in the game with virtually nothing to play for.
While waiting for the seeding above them to be settled to determine their first-round playoff opponent, the Wizards had two objectives Tuesday: Play better offense and spoil the postseason hopes f