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How hot is Washington's basketball team? Even Conan O'Brien is talking about it.

The ends of the Capitals’ and Wizards’ seasons mean more than they ever have.

The Hammer has been M.I.A.

John Wall’s game-high 41 points go for naught as L.A.’s big three take control in 133-124 win.

Scott Brooks became the visual proof of how much a division banner would mean for the 14 players who mobbed him with water.

The longest divisional drought in U.S. sports is over. R.I.P.

John Wall scores 34 as Washington overcomes 14-point deficit in third quarter to win division for first time in 38 years.

Wizards, Celtics and Raptors see shot at keeping LeBron James from seventh straight Finals.

Washington has worn the “Stars and Stripes” alternate for select home games as part of its military series this season.

To find himself on the court, where his coach is often riding him and using him as a defensive stopper, Kelly Oubre Jr. embraces his personality off it.

Markieff Morris and John Wall took to Instagram to bring awareness to the issue.

Wizards head west for the final long road trip of the season.

Washington avenges last month’s OT loss to Cleveland and proves it can beat the defending NBA champions — in their arena.

The Cavaliers star ended up wearing a less ridiculous pair of glasses, but threw them off in the first quarter when he missed a three-pointer.

Ian Mahinmi, Brandon Jennings and Bojan Bogdanovic shine as Washington braces for daunting trip.

The point guard, who sat out Friday morning due to a migraine, has missed just two games this season.

Jason Smith has already showed off his singing skills this season.

The Washington point guard missed eight consecutive shots in the first half before ending the night with 22 points.

Guards combine for 50 points as Washington overcomes Atlanta, 104-100.

A year ago, Washington would have been happy for a playoff spot. Now, Wizards are chasing the No. 3 seed. But they still have issues.

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