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Carla Peay keeps you up to date on the Washington Wizards and the NBA.
Former Wizard Andray Blatche will return to Verizon Center on Friday with his new team, the Brooklyn Nets. Coach Randy Wittman says he's happy Blatche appears to have found the right situation for him, but Trevor Booker is worried about Blatche's reception. "I hope he gets out alive," Booker said.
The struggling Wizards host the struggling Mavericks on New Year's Day at Verizon Center
Could DeMarcus Cousins wind up in D.C.? Sources say it's a possibility.
John Wall is back at practice for the Wizards - well, sort of.
John Wall tells Yahoo! Sports that he expects to make his return to the court in January
Unhappy with their point guard play, the Wizards have brought back Shelvin Mack and signed Garrett Temple while John Wall and A.J. Price remain sidelined.
Miami Heat players honor the victims and survivors in Newtown Conn. by having their children on the court with them during the National Anthem before Saturday's game against the Wizards
John Wall was evaluated by Dr. David Altchek in New York on Friday. The news is vague, but encouraging.
Former Wizards swingman Roger Mason Jr. finds new life as a member of the New Orleans Hornets
Wizard, still high on their win over Miami, take their 2-13 record to the Phillips Arena to face the Atlanta Hawks, 10-5.
Wizards small forward Trevor Ariza sidelined with a strained left calf
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The Washington Wizards hosted some of Walter Reed's Wounded Warriors on Monday at Verizon Center
Spurs coach Gregg Popovich unleashed the wrath of NBA Commissioner David Stern by deciding to rest four players on Thursday against the Miami Heat.
Former Wizard Andray Blatche fires back at his old team on twitter and during a radio interview on 106.7 The Fan.
After missing training camp and the first nine games as he recovers from plantar fasciitis in his left foot, Nene's is imminent.
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