Washington shoots just 30.6 percent from the field and falls, 98-75, in Dallas.

'Honestly, it was probably — I won’t say pointless,' Bradley Beal said, 'but we didn’t accomplish what we needed to accomplish in that meeting.'

The Wizards' third-year forward flashed some charisma on his way to a career-high 26 points.

Kelly Oubre Jr. scores 26 off the bench and Washington overcomes early struggles for 122-112 win at Detroit.

On the latest episode of the “Posting Up” podcast, host Tim Bontemps opens the floor to reader questions pulled straight from Twitter.

As the Wizards struggle, so do the starters. Or maybe it's the other way around.

Think the regular season doesn't matter for playoff teams? Then why has this Wizards season felt so maddening?

Hornets score 77 first-half points in 133-109 rout was packed with Washington’s defensive lapses.

Veteran forward Mike Scott opened his closet and showed off a few jerseys from a collection that runs 60 deep.

  • Perspective

Washington’s lackluster past makes it easy to forget that the present should be even better.

Porter finishes with eight points on eight shots, and John Wall and Scott Brooks say he needs to play more aggressively.

Washington’s defense wilts in second half, but offense rights itself just in time for 119-113 win.

The Wizards' stalwart center has been contemplating retirement at the end of his current contract.

Washington’s defense rests for three quarters before stepping up in the fourth, and backup center Ian Mahinmi scores 17.

Kristy Probst said the experience, arranged by Gortat's foundation and the Polish embassy, was “a trip of a lifetime."

There will be sick beats in Chinatown, and they will have nothing to do with losing to an underdog.

While Washington has shown marked improvement on the defensive end, that progress has not helped the team win more games.

The facility will also house a 4,200-seat arena, which will host Mystics and Capital City Go-Go games and other events.

The "First Take" host says Washington is too good to be losing to bad teams so often.

The Warriors are outscoring opponents by 10.5 net points per 100 possessions, almost three points higher than the Rockets and Raptors, who are second and third, respectively.

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