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Guards combine for 41 points, come up big in the fourth quarter in Washington’s 92-85 win.

Over the last 30 seasons, the Wizards have had a winning record through 20 games just twice.

Through 20 games, the team isn't just flailing below .500, it's failing to find an identity.

Wall's 52 points were one shy of Phil Chenier's franchise record for points in a game that ended in regulation.

Washington struggles to contain Elfrid Payton and Orlando on defense, wasting Wall’s big night.

Once a backup for Bradley Beal, the 23-year-old will play several games with the Delaware 87ers.

Porter is living up to expectations as the third overall pick from the 2013 NBA draft.

A look at the Wizards' three-game road trip through Oklahoma City, San Antonio and Brooklyn.

Magic Coach Frank Vogel canceled practice on Monday for an impromptu field trip.

John Wall scores 11 of his 25 points in the fourth quarter, and Washington beats Brooklyn.

Three late-game breakdowns have lead to three losses for Washington.

After his minutes spiked, Beal played a limited role on Friday and still led the team in scoring.

Second-half lead melts away as 17 years of futility in San Antonio continues.

Remember the Wizards' last win in the Alamo City? It was in 1999.

Second-year player's larger role could continue in Friday's rematch with San Antonio.

"The fact that Kevin Durant didn't even want to meet with them should've been a come-to-Jesus moment for that team, and apparently it wasn't,” Simmons says.

Former guard, who helped Washington to its first and only NBA championship in 1978, opened Grevey's in 1979.

Oklahoma City rallies behind star guard’s fourth straight triple-double for 126-115 win.

The Wizards coach will go up against the team he made his name from 2009 to '15.

If you come at Gortat on Twitter, don't be surprised if he comes right back.

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