The start of the 2015-16 season remains several weeks away, which means there is time for reflection on what the Washington Wizards accomplished and a chance to look at the NBA road ahead.
The Indiana Pacers' purchase of the Fort Wayne (Ind.) Mad Ants of the D-League, announced by the NBA on Wednesday, puts the Wizards without an affiliate to ship players for rehabilitation assignme
For the Wizards to go beyond the second round of the playoffs, where they've lost in six games in the last two seasons, will require key contributors to do a little bit more.
The NBA takes its first major step to level the playing field for the postseason after the Board of Governors voted unanimously to change two key criteria Tuesday in New York.