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One of Washington basketball's biggest free agent moves this offseason will involve hiring a new television analyst.

Richard Jefferson and J.R. Smith respond to Washington guard's comments about what might have been.

Washington's star guard joined the pantheon of elite NBA players by having his best season, and elevating the games of several teammates.

Washington's traditional big men might find themselves competing for limited minutes.

Washington's starting five needs more help. Here's what the future looks like for the Wizards' key reserves.

The reserve small forward, who barely played in Game 7, might have been batting an injury worse than we -- or he -- knew.

With Otto Porter Jr. and Bojan Bogdanovic pending free agents, the team is faced with some difficult decisions heading into the offseason.

The Wizards are confident that their core can rise to the top of the East — if the core remains intact.

After averaging a double-double, Wizards center argues that what he brings to the table might be underappreciated.

Wall hit two of his 13 shots from the field in a second half that included less-than-optimal ball management.

In Game 7, one star scored 38 points, 12 in the fourth. The other said he wished he’d played better.

Boston’s late surge in Game 7 dooms Washington, ending a season that featured a little bit of everything.

The 1998 Capitals are the last D.C. team in the four major pro sports to reach the conference finals.

Boston’s reserves are the difference in 115-105 win, and in neck-and-neck series.

Washington couldn't overcome the dismal play of its bench, which was outscored 48-5. Bradley Beal scored a game-high 38 points but needed more help from his fellow starters down the stretch.

Celtics win clinching game of the Eastern Conference semifinals.

Will Washington be “Wizards smaaht?” Or will the Celtics break through "the great Wall?” D.C. fans are split.

"We're not gonna make it any bigger than what it needs to be. We're gonna stay mellow, go out there, and get a win,” Bradley Beal said ahead of Monday's game.

Game 7 of the 1978 NBA Finals, to name just one example, was just a little bigger.

Bobby Dandridge lifted Washington over the Spurs in the 1979 Eastern Conference finals.

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