At a back-to-school event in the District, the Wizards' star acknowledges the past week has “been difficult. It's been tough."

The onetime Hoyas and NBA great is approaching his first head coaching job with an unconventional style under the shadow of his mentor John Thompson Jr.

The Wizards add to their point guard depth.

D.C.'s average fan satisfaction index ranks eighth among the 11 markets surveyed by J.D. Power.

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With the NBA announcing its schedule Monday, here are 10 takeaways from an initial look at the slates of all 30 of the league's teams.

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Now that the Wizards are a bigger draw following some playoff success, and because there was so much offseason movement in the NBA, games early in the season are worth your time.

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Washington gets a pair of high-profile slots, as noteworthy dates are announced ahead of the full NBA schedule release.

The franchise's star player actually wants more Wizards stars-and-stripes jerseys — in both red and white.

  • Perspective

In an age when player movement is expected, Wizards guard continues to commit to Washington long-term.

Wall is on track to potentially playing his entire career in Washington

The team unveiled two of its four uniform variants for the 2017-18 season and the traditional uniforms look almost identical to its old ones.

On this episode of "Posting Up," Washington Post columnist Jerry Brewer discusses an eventful Washington Wizards offseason, why trading Kyrie Irving will be difficult and more.

During a drama-free stretch in which it hung on to two of its biggest stars. Washington took care of everything it needed.

  • Analysis

For Washington, keeping all-star point guard through his prime is a huge step.

The point guard gets a $170 million extension, which begins in 2019 and allows him to opt out in the fourth year.

  • Perspective

John Wall, Bradley Beal and Otto Porter Jr. are just 26, 24 and 24, so there’s still room to improve.

Wizards' star has yet to accept $170 million extension offer, but Ted Leonsis thinks he can keep the team's core together.

Owner Ted Leonsis says that the team's highest-paid player should just be himself, not try to shoulder responsibility to justify the new deal.

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High marks for the Boston Celtics and Oklahoma City Thunder, while the ever-turbulent New York Knicks continue to flounder.

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