COLLEGE PARK -- It’s difficult to quantify any sort of extra boost that the presence of former Maryland great Greivis Vasquez gave to this Terrapin team on Tuesday night against Ge
Defensively, the Wizards look like a different team than the one that was shredded in three consecutive losses by an average of 20 points a game.
In a more complete effort than they've shown at anytime this season, the Wizards ripped the Milwaukee Bucks, beating them for the second time in as many meetings, 115-86 on Tuesday at Verizon Cent
As both teams crossed paths during Tuesday morning shootaround at Verizon Center, Milwaukee Bucks guard Greivis Vasquez took a minute to greet David Adkins, an assistant coach for the Wizards.
Maybe it's because of his $13 million salary and that he's hurt so often, but Nene tends to get a disproportionate amount of criticism -- from outside the Wizards' locker room -- when anything goe