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Kornheiser: ‘The Wizards are a disgrace’

Oh, Wizards. Things just don’t seem to be getting much better.

Washington’s pro basketball franchise is now 0-7 this season. Over the last six years, the Wizards have a composite first-seven-games-record of 7-35, for a winning percentage of 0.167. Seasons end before they even begin.

Also, here is the date of the last non-exhibition regular-season victory for some D.C. pro sports franchises.

Redskins: Oct. 14

Nats: Oct. 11

Capitals: May 9

Wizards: April 26

Two of those teams aren’t currently in season. Also, here was Tony Kornheiser on the Wizards, during Wednesday’s episode of PTI.

“The Wizards are a disgrace,” he said. “I watched them [Tuesday] night. They got beat bad by the terrible Bobcats. They got beat bad. Their starting guards, A.J. Price and Bradley Beal, were like 3-for-23. These are NBA starting guards. I can’t believe they charge money to watch this team. They’re awful.”

Also, here is Michael Jenkins’s most recent Wizards highlight package on Comcast SportsNet. He offers the Wizards a virtual hug, mixes in multiple choice questions, and makes at least one fart noise. And we’re not even to December yet.


Dan Steinberg writes about all things D.C. sports at the D.C. Sports Bog.



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