Final margin not quite indicative of Washington’s effort, which produced a 20-point deficit in the first quarter and had usual trademarks of the team’s 5-11 start.

  • Analysis

Numbers show that individual Wizards can play defense, but overall, the team does not.

Wizards shoot a woeful 3 for 18 from three-point range, play indifferent defense and provoke a postgame heckler on an all-around abysmal night at Capital One Arena.

Team hears the boos during a turnover-marred, 115-104 loss to Brooklyn.

For the Wizards' Troy Brown Jr., practicing patience while waiting for an opportunity comes with the territory of being a rookie at a stacked position.

Bradley Beal, John Wall and Otto Porter Jr. power Washington to 119-95 win over Cleveland.

The Wizards forward "basically went through the same stuff that they’re going through growing up," so he welcomes all questions, from his pay to what's ailing the team this year.

The Wizards started the season with one of the league's toughest schedules. But over the next few days, they've been granted a chance to play catch-up in the standings.

John Wall has 25 points and 10 assists, Bradley Beal adds 21 points and eight rebounds, and Washington rallies from a 10-point deficit in the third quarter for a 117-109 win over Orlando.

Dwight Howard, Jeff Green and Austin Rivers helped Washington get a much-needed win.

John Wall scores 28 and Jeff Green adds 19 off the bench for Washington in finale of three-game trip.

“We got to stay away from all the negative activity that’s going around,” forward Jeff Green said.

The Magic have turned the page since Dwight Howard left, and Friday night it handled Washington, 117-108.

Wall shared a message for his critics on Instagram Live: "If you don't like it, you can hike it."

Porter's teammates are still waiting to break out of their three-point funk.

Smith's message to Washington GM Ernie Grunfeld: "It's time for a blowup."

  • Analysis

A 2-8 start from a veteran team that has been together too long to be this disjointed might cast serious doubts on the job security of the head coach. But that's not how the Wizards operate.

  • Analysis

The Wizards' pace has been high this season but sluggishness in sets and bad defensive play are slowing things down.

His coach agrees, too: "I like guys that smile and play hard."

NBA Commissioner visited Washington on Saturday to watch the Capital City Go-Go in their home opener as the G League affiliate of the Washington Wizards.

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Minnesota 87 Final
Memphis 100
Washington 109 Final
Portland 119
Orlando 131 Final
New York 117
Miami 97 Final
Los Angeles 113
San Antonio 104 Final
Golden State 92