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Latest Ted Leonsis Items
If Trevor Ariza can hit every 3-pointer he takes, if four starters can routinely score 20 points, if Marcin Gortat can keep asserting him as an inside scoring threat, and, well, if the opponent is always the Orlando Magic, the Washington Wizards will do just fine without Nene.
Wizards owner Ted Leonsis makes it very clear that even without Nene for six weeks with a knee injury, reaching the postseason remains the goal.
Are the Capitals ready to make a deal? What will pull them out of a six-game losing streak?
Ted Leonsis, former AOL executive and majority owner of the Washington Wizards and Washington Mystics basketball teams, said recently that he would like to build a new practice facility for the teams near to the arena where they play, the Verizon Center.
The Caps need to make a decision on the future of Mikhail Grabovski while also determining the current state of their goaltending.
Wizards owner Ted Leonsis took to his blog on Sunday to address the wild - and wet - loss on Saturday night to the Rockets.
Should the Wizards change their name?
Two granddaughters of the late Nelson Mandela will be on hard before tonight's game vs. the Pistons and both teams will receive wristwear honoring him.
During Saturday's game against the Detroit Pistons the Washington Wizards played host to Swati and Zaziwe Mandela, granddaughters of the late Nelson Mandela.