OKLAHOMA CITY -- Healthier, with the effort and energy better, the Wizards still couldn't hold off the firepower of the Oklahoma City Thunder in falling for the second time this season, 114-98, on
OKLAHOMA CITY -- The defense still is a work in progress for the Wizards, but for the first time in a long time they didn't fold when the opponent kept applying the pressure, avoided the kind of d
The hope of starting two post players in Nene and Marcin Gortat improving the Wizards' chances at rebounding and defending, two major weaknesses all season, didn't completely work.
The numbers don't lie when it comes to the Wizards' defense.
Who are these Wizards? They need help, because apparently even Jared Dudley doesn't know after they fell to pieces for the second game in a row in Tuesday's 106-89 loss to the Toronto Raptors.