If the Wizards are trying to win, they should sign.
Thanks to John Wall last night, LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers will have to wait a bit longer to find out who they will face in the NBA playoffs’ Eastern Conference Finals. After an extraordinary final-second 3-pointer on ESPN, the Washington Wizards' point guard slapped down the Boston. Thanks to John Wall last night, LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers will have to wait a.
Image via USA Today. With a turbulent first round now in the books, the NBA Conference Semifinals are underway. Last night, the Washington Wizards and Los Angeles Clippers got off to strong starts.
Beal had 34 points, eight assists and a season-best five steals, and the Wizards won on the Golden State Warriors’ home court for the first time in six years with a 124-110 victory Sunday night.
The Wizards were actually providing the sneakers to the Mavericks' backsides for most of their 97-94 victory at American Airlines Center -- and it had everything to do with their superior energy level, hunger and feisty play. With so many players with so much to prove, the Wizards should sneak away with a fair share of games just from effort, because talent doesn't win every night in the NBA.
In sports, everyone is a winner—some people just win better than others. Like the Wizards, who, despite long odds, left the annual Secaucus Bingo Night and Bad Suit Competition with the rights.
The Woongarra Wizards from Woongarra State School have won the 2019 Under 12 Wide Bay NRL Development Cup in a tough game against out-of-town rivals at One Mile State School. The grand final for the Under 12 NRL Development Cup was held at Salter Oval on Thursday afternoon and it was the first time Woongarra State School had ever won, scoring the winning try in the last minutes of the game.
Did The Wizards Win Last Night? January 11, 2012 at 9:15 am Chicago Bulls Derrick Rose (1) knocks the ball away from the Washington Wizards' John Wall during the first half of an NBA basketball.