• Perspective

Labeled a bust by some after his rookie season, Wizards forward quietly has made himself into one of the NBA’s most well-rounded players.

The Wizards guard is a good shooter indeed.

The all-star point guard's knee improves after a day off, and Washington beats Milwaukee.

Wall had knee drained last week, according to Scott Brooks, keeping him out of the lineup Sunday.

Knee swelling continues to plague star guard, who has been dealing with injuries all month.

Wall's swollen knee is hindering his play, and he says it stems from an IV he received last week.

Bradley Beal scores 26 — 22 in the second half — but the rally falls just short in 91-88 defeat.

Washington's improvement starts with better play guarding against the fast break, and easy transition points.

Morris picked up a pair of technical fouls during a tightly-contested fourth quarter and was ejected.

"It’s about staying on balance and having follow-through,” Wall says.

Fellow Wizard and St. Louis native Bradley Beal could be next.

The Wizards center sounds off — about just about everything.

The Patriots quarterback sent Washington's point guard an autographed copy of his book, “The TB12 Method: How To Achieve A Lifetime of Sustained Peak Performance."

Reserves settle things down after shaky start as Washington rolls at home in 110-92 win.

Despite minus-seven rating for five-man bench unit, Brooks says, “The only way you can continue to develop your bench is by giving them opportunities."

Defense holds its second straight opponent under 100 points and bench comes up big in blowout of lowly Atlanta.

The Wizards' power forward scored 16 points in his best outing since returning from sports hernia surgery.

  • Perspective

The team’s talk turns into action, and Lonzo Ball and the Lakers have no answers when the defensive pressure is turned up.

Washington isn't seeking revenge for a humbling loss in Los Angeles on Oct. 25 — only a remedy for the problems that continue to plague this season.

While Smith has not found his stroke this season, he can still provide something that Ian Mahinmi cannot: The threat of stretching the floor.

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