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Woeful Wizards. Not only does the phrase roll off the tongue much easier than Washington Wizards, it's an accurate description of current conditions. The NBA's only winless team is a national laughingstock, a punch line waiting to happen for comics, columnists and late-night TV hosts. What a joke!
For Shaun Livingston, it was like coming home. The 6-foot-7 free-agent point guard was signed by the Wizards on Thursday, and was on the practice court on Friday to start his second stint with the team. The Wizards released Jannero Pargo to make room on the roster.
On paper, the Washington Wizards are already a much better team than they were last season. That's not enough to impress coach Randy Wittman.
As the days passed after the conclusion of the Washington Wizards' season, interim coach Randy Wittman possessed the steady countenance of an NBA lifer who has been through this kind of situation.
Randy Wittman will return as the Washington Wizards' coach next season, the team announced Monday.
In his 2 1/2 seasons in Washington, former Wizards coach Flip Saunders often smiled wistfully when talking about the best player he ever coached, Boston Celtics star Kevin Garnett.
Thursday's season finale for the Washington Wizards is a study of two teams going in opposite directions.
Randy Wittman stood on the sideline of the Wizards' practice court watching his reworked roster come together. With 22 games left in this lockout-shortened season and the team out of playoff contention, the process of building for next season can begin.
During Wednesday night's game between the Sacramento and Washington, Kings center DeMarcus Cousins threw a laser of a cross-court pass - right to Wizards guard John Wall.