• Perspective

For these top heavy, stuck-in-place Wizards, a talented draft bargain is the Holy Grail. Now they must choose wisely.

Is Zhaire Smith's raw athleticism enticing enough for the No. 15 pick?

“I definitely feel like they could use a big like me,” Williams said at a Wizards' pre-draft workout Monday.

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The Mystics' and Wizards' new home in Congress Heights will host its first college sports event beginning in 2020.

Texas Tech shooting guard Zhaire Smith and Texas A&M center Robert Williams are commonly linked to Washington.

Washington has some options with which to fortify its backcourt.

Can the Ohio State product become the floor-spacing forward the Wizards need?

The Capitals' title run wasn't just about hockey. It was also about community, diversion and the persistence of hope.

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After an NCAA investigation, Preston left Kansas and played just three games overseas.

Nicklas Backstrom, Jay Beagle, John Carlson and Braden Holtby are all in the top 10.

Jodie Meeks exercised his player option but will miss the first 19 games of the season.

Troy Brown Jr.'s sisters are also accomplished athletes.

The Wizards' most intriguing pre-draft workout so far focused on the two young wing players, along with Jaylen Adams, Angel Delgado, Alan Herndon and Elie Okobo.

But would he want to play in a minor league sports town?

Thomas talks to John Wall, Bradley Beal and Ted Leonsis, among others, for his new book, “We Matter."

Leonsis, who bought the Capitals in 1999, felt the same sting his fan base felt, over and over, layered with responsibility.

Should Washington buy low on Nerlens Noel? Will Tomas Satoransky or Marcin Gortat be on the move? And could they land Michael Porter Jr. in the draft?

The ESPN reporter got his start ghostwriting for one of the NBA's most compelling characters.

The Wizards attended workouts, getting a look at Kentucky's Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Miami's Lonnie Walker IV and Texas A&M's Robert Williams.

The 1978 Bullets hoped to unseat the Redskins in the D.C. sports hierarchy, but even an NBA title could only go so far.

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