The Washington Post

Michael Lee

ReporterWashington, D.C.


Former Hoya had played two years of organized basketball when he arrived on campus from Zaire; Friday he will join the game’s best players in Springfield, Mass.

  • Sep 10, 2015

Pat Riley always seems to find a way to go from missing the playoffs to winning a championship in a short time.

  • Aug 21, 2015

The new “model” of this team will be measured on individual improvement, rather than wins and losses.

  • Aug 19, 2015

Kobe Bryant’s interest is just another hurdle Mike Kzryzewski and Jerry Colangelo will have to overcome.

  • Aug 15, 2015

  • Aug 15, 2015

Kevin Durant re-introduced himself to the basketball world at the Team USA mini-camp in Las Vegas and offered a reminder that he hasn’t gone anywhere, despite an injury-marred season.

  • Aug 13, 2015

The NBA announced its schedule on Wednesday and the league showed concern for its players’ health. It also plans to show the Lakers more often than most bad teams. And, Anthony Davis will be served in mass quantities.

  • Aug 13, 2015

The Bucks were one of the league’s surprise teams last season, but they want to maintain before anyone proclaims that they are among the East’s elite.

  • Jul 30, 2015

In Kevin Garnett, Karl-Anthony Towns will have the ultimate tutor to expand his knowledge and become a prototypical big man for new NBA era.

  • Jul 27, 2015

“John [Wall] and I, we both have to,” Beal said. “We’re thrust into that position, but I think we’re ready for it.“

  • Jul 17, 2015
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Michael Lee has covered the Wizards and the NBA at the Washington Post since October 2004. Before coming to Washington, Lee spent more than six years at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution where he covered the Hawks, Braves, colleges and high schools. He has covered two Olympics, eight NBA Finals, and one World Series. A 1998 graduate of Florida A&M University, Lee is still scarred by the Kings leaving his hometown of Kansas City, Mo., for Sacramento when he was 8. An award-winning writer, Lee was honored with the National Association of Black Journalists’ sports story of the year in 2009.
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