Carla Peay keeps you up to date on the Washington Wizards and the NBA.
Wizards begin west coast road trip.
Wizards have returned to claim their home court at Verizon Center.
Wizards lose in Toronto; return home to face New Jersey
The Washington Wizards decided to take a few minutes away from their regular jobs to fill out their NCAA brackets.
Wizards overrun by Bulls.
Wizards beat writer Carla Peay talks about the team's difficult road ahead.
The Thunder could provide a guiding light for the Wizards.
Wizards coach Flip Saunders is anxious to see how his young players respond against the Thunder.
Tonight, Trevor Booker has a chance to show Saunders just how smart he was to keep him here, as he takes on the challenge of guarding the Clippers all-star forward Blake Griffin as the two teams face off tonight at Verizon Center.
Day three of the Wizards mini-training camp has come to an end and the first order of business was an early arrival by the players to visit the training staff. The Wizards are a virtual M*A*S*H unit, making the busiest people at Verizon Center this morning the guys with the athletic tape.
Following last night’s 95-76 shellacking at the hands of the Milwaukee Bucks, Wizards head coach Flip Saunders conducted a “training camp” for his team.
Bucks head coach Scott Skiles, who played for the Bullets franchise during the 1994-95 season, sees a few matchup challenges in tonight’s contest, but seemed especially impressed with Wizards guard Nick Young.
A lot of fans in Washington miss the Bullets. Do they want them back?
Tonight’s game will be an emotional one for head coach Flip Saunders, as he coaches tonight for the first time since the death of his mother Kay, 90, who passed away early Friday morning.
Washington Wizards head coach Flips Saunders was back at practice on Friday morning, running his players through drills in preparation for Saturday night’s game against the team he coached from 1995 to 2005, the Minnesota Timberwolves.
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