Frank Vogel


The Wizards and Pacers faced each other nine times last year, including the six-game playoff series that knocked Washington out of the postseason. 


No one here believes that the Wizards are quitters, especially the faces of the franchise in John Wall and Bradley Beal, or the opposing coach for tonight's game vs.


The Indiana Pacers look a lot different than the decimated team the Wizards beat twice in the first week of the season, but there still won't be any Paul George sightings when they tip off for ton


Monday's win, which included the Wizards squandering a 23-point lead and battling back from seven-point deficit in each of two overtimes, is as draining as a back-to-back can get for a team.


Last season, the Wizards would've lost a game like the one they played vs.