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They may still be young but they have spent a lifetime waiting to simply sniff a championship in a major professional league.

The Wizards had plenty to contemplate after a lethargic second half in Atlanta.

Bradley Beal looks good in the first half but foul trouble limits his minutes in 114-99 loss.

So long, six-second snippets of fun.

Wizards' center says the backcourt beef was “blown out of proportion."

This is #DCFamily at its finest.

Surgery on both knees led Wizards guard to rethink and refresh his game, and his future.

The TNT analyst is more confident in Washington than most.

The new coach is promising a more defensive approach after the failed offensive experiment of last season. We examine the reserves' roles under Brooks.

Driven as a role player and as a coach, his firing from the Oklahoma City Thunder prompted a year's sabbatical.

The Wizards open the season against divisional rival Atlanta Hawks. Though both teams have changed, the feelings of bad blood still simmer under the surface.

The new coach is promising a more defensive approach after the failed offensive experiment of last season. We examine the starters' new roles under Brooks.

The Wizards point guard has realistic expectations as he comes back from offseason knee surgery.

The three undrafted rookies who made the Washington Wizards' 15-man roster should expect to develop under Coach Scott Brooks, says former protege Serge Ibaka.

The move to lock up the second-year forward for the 2017-18 season was expected.

Bradley Beal's playmaking, more minutes for Kelly Oubre Jr., and a great deal of youth highlight the Wizards' portfolio headed into the regular season.

John Wall and Bradley Beal combine for 34 points, 20 assists and nine rebounds.

The backup forward has been a "walking bucket" in the preseason.

Washington rallies after Cleveland takes out its key players, but the Cavaliers look like the far better team during the meaningful parts of the game.

Wizards coach Scott Brooks reacts upon hearing that point guard John Wall was overlooked in the recent NBA.com GM poll, calling it "ridiculous."

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