Retiring legend scores 20 points off the bench, leaving Washington’s playoff hopes on life support.

The rookie's first career start is a signal that he could receive a larger role moving forward.

Washington drops third straight and fourth of five,113-108, as playoff hopes grow more distant.


Bradley Beal scores 27 and forces extra period with key jumper, but Washington runs out of answers in extra period.

When Bradley Beal can’t score, the Wizards need to rely on someone else. But the identity of that person is up in the air.

Washington falls, 116-95, in front of dissatisfied crowd in Capital One Arena.

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Bradley Beal made franchise history Saturday night, but did it make enough noise for all-NBA voters?

Wizards guard makes a career-high nine three-pointers to keep Washington in the playoff hunt with 12 games remaining.

Washington's all-star guard leads the NBA in minutes played, and with the Wizards still chasing a playoff berth, a break doesn't appear to be coming soon

Bradley Beal scores 40 but it’s not enough in 116-110 defeat that deals a blow to team’s fleeting postseason aspirations.

"To me, this is one of the best times because now you’re fighting for a playoff spot," Coach Scott Brooks said of his team that has won four of seven games in March, but remains in 11th place in the East.

Washington has won two in a row at home, and Ted Leonsis says fans should “just enjoy” it.

Thomas Bryant (21 points) and Jabari Parker (19) make key contributions in 100-90 win that tightens race for final playoff spot.

The Wizards' all-star guard has 52 dunks this season, but he's also getting to the stripe at a career-high clip.

Bradley Beal finishes with 27 points, nine rebounds and nine assists as Washington opens a five-game stretch at home with a 121-115 victory.

“As a new GM, I wanted more time to analyze our telecast and the talent and make sure we had the right team in place long term,” Damon Phillips said.

Much like Porter, Parker is a willing passer, perhaps at the expense of looking for his own shot, and could also take up a sizable chunk of the salary cap next season.

Bradley Beal forces OT with step-back three-pointer, but Minnesota pulls away in extra period for 135-130 win.

Bradley Beal misses 17 of 21 shots, including the potential game-winner in the waning moments, to seal Washington’s 112-111loss.

“To Wizards fans, this is a dagger,” the “SportsCenter” host said on Thursday's show.

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