About a week ago, everyone outside of the Wizards' locker room wanted to blow up the pace-and-space offense, trade Marcin Gortat because of his struggles adapting and rebounding or claim doom and
Already missing Bradley Beal, the Wizards can't afford to lose another starter to injury. Otto Porter came up limping after his final field goal in a 115-86 win vs.
The defense that was absent for most of the season -- blamed on the Wizards playing at too fast of a pace on offense -- looks more like the top-10 scoring unit that they've had the last three seas
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
The team that coach Randy Wittman wants back isn't thinking much about offense.