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  • The Washington Wizards travel to Chicago Monday afternoon a more complete group than they were just a few days before, but not entirely complete. While Bradley Beal (fibula) and Paul Pierce (knee) returned from injury in Saturday’s win over the Detroit Pistons and practiced Monday, Kris Humphries’s remains absent. The backup big man strained his […]... read more...
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  • PHILADELPHIA – Friday morning, as the Washington Wizards (33-26) concluded shoot-around, Bradley Beal got some shots up with teammates. His fibula was pain-free but he already knew he wouldn’t play Friday night in the Wizards’ 89-81 loss to the Philadelphia 76ers, Washington’s eighth straight game without him. Beal explained he wouldn’t return until he participated... read more...
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  • A seething Marcin Gortat, usually gregarious and effusive, was blunt Tuesday night as the Washington Wizards gathered their belongings for a late-night flight to Minneapolis. The Wizards had lost their fourth straight game, but his frustration went beyond the team result. Gortat spent three quarters tormenting the undersized Golden State Warriors front line. Coming off [... read more...
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  • The Washington Wizards returned to work Monday morning, the foul odor of another lopsided loss, their second in three days, still fresh and Coach Randy Wittman relayed a simple message to his players: “Right now we’re not playing very good.” The Wizards hoped they had sunk to their season’s low point before the all-star break, […]... read more...
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  • The final numbers don’t suggest a significant impact. Bradley Beal, after all, made just two of his 10 shots from the floor and finished with eight points in the Washington Wizards’ streak-busting 99-95 win over the Detroit Pistons in his return from an eight-game absence because of a fibula injury. But Beal’s influence went beyond […]... read more...
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  • Plenty has gone wrong for the Washington Wizards over the last month. Their defense has been porous. Their offense has been stagnant. Blown leads have been common. So too have been losses — 10 in their past 14 games. But one problem that has hounded the Wizards all season — even when they were generating […]... read more...
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  • The Washington Wizards and several other teams returned to the hardwood Friday night fresh off the longest all-star break in NBA history. For 28 of the 30 teams, the respite between games lasted nine days. The decision to implement a lengthier interruption in the regular season schedule came after Commissioner Adam Silver consulted with several […]... read more...
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