Four big picture questions heading into Game 2 including health of John Wall and Bradley Beal, lineup changes, Otto Porter's role and remembering what Paul Pierce said about the Hawks at the same
The Washington Wizards are hopeful that the injuries suffered by their starting backcourt in Game 1 will be healed by Game 2.
ATLANTA -- To the naked eye, the sideline spat between John Wall and Marcin Gortat going into the fourth quarter of Game 1 is something for the Wizards to be concerned about in this second-round s
Things are going well for two local teams in the playoffs, both of which happen to be owned by Ted Leonsis. He spoke with our Jill Sorenson before Game 3 in D.C.
ATLANTA -- Going into Monday, there was more concern about the stability of Bradley Beal's right ankle that he rolled in Game 1 and brought him to tears.