Wondering what weird thing will happen. Last time Wiz vs. Rox, basket broke. Last time here, rain delay. Time before, lights went out.
McHale praised Ariza's ability to guard 1-4, and his clutch shooting. Good thing the Wizards don't lack in either one of those areas
I know why the Wizards got rid of Ariza, but Coach McHale just provided a reminder of why he's missed
In the Rockets locker room, there was a picture of Ariza in a Wizards uniform along with some roses, courtesy of a member of the Wiz PR crew
Officials for Rockets-Wizards today: Joe Crawford, James Williams, Sean Wright.
Final in 2 OTs: Wizards 110, Hornets 107
I know everyone wants Beal to shoot more but give him credit for passing that to Wall for the open 3. Wizards up 108-105.
Can we regift free basketball? Asking for Wizards-Hornets.
Just b/c Brad Stevens doesn't scoreboard watch doesn't mean you can't: Nets about to grab big win over Cle, Cha in OT vs Wiz, Mia down big.
This time, the Wizards don't allow the game-winning basket. Mo Williams missed a desperation 3 as time expired. OT.
Textbook Wizards defense out of that timeout. Precise, smart, greater than the sum of its parts
Rasual Butler hits a 3 to push the Wizards lead to four.
End of third: Hornets 79, Wizards 75.
The Wizards and Raptors remain on pace for the world’s most depressing 4-5 matchup.
Coach Wittman has to be cringing at all those dangerous skip passes the Wizards are throwing
Halftime: Wizards 59, Hornets 54.Wizards shot 50 percent.
Jefferson called for foul on Wall with 0.1 left in the half and Wall sinks both FTs. Wizards lead 59-54 at half. Wall = 14p, 5a. Beal = 10p.
Wizards outscoring Hornets in the paint 28-12.
I took a sip of my beer, looked at the tv, and I swore Black Thought was running the point for the Wizards. But that's just Will Bynum
Will Bynum is in for his Wizards debut.
Gooden's been settling for jumpers just inside the 3-pt line lately but he just stepped back for a couple 3s in a row. 43-34 Wizards.
The Wizards had seven blocks in that first quarter. Four by Gortat and three by Pierce.
18 of the Wizards' 28 first-quarter points were scored in the paint.
End of first: Wizards 28, Hornets 19. So the pattern of slow starts continues.
Gortat just saved Drew Gooden for ruining the Wizards' floor balance by flying in for an offensive board on a corner 3 in transition
Nitin Ramachandran, a 13-year-old boy battling brain cancer, is the 1st introduced for the Wizards during intros. Good stuff.
DeJuan Blair is out tonight for personal reasons, per Wizards.
Wizards list Bradley Beal (sprained ankle) among starters.
Bradley Beal (sprained ankle) will be a game-time decision for the Wizards tonight.
Random, but interesting: Wizards are 15-16 with their standard starting lineup this season (Wall, Beal, Pierce, Nene, Gortat).
Wizards signed Will Bynum to 10-day contract, per Washington Post. Chicago native, long-time Piston played in China this year.