Asked whether he has asked the Wizards to trade him, point guard John Wall responded “no comment” during a charity event Tuesday in Southeast Washington.

Wizards General Manager Tommy Sheppard said John Wall never asked for a trade out of Washington and that the point guard remains part of the team’s plans.

John Wall and Bradley Beal have long been the Wizards' two most identifiable stars. It's time to turn the page.

Washington’s dream of having Davis Bertans play alongside Bradley Beal and John Wall may not come to fruition.

Despite a report of trade talks this week, Wizards General Manager Tommy Sheppard said the team's plans to welcome back John Wall have not changed.

Washington General Manager Tommy Sheppard first spotted Avdija at an international tournament years ago because he remembered his father, who played pro ball overseas in the 1980s and 90s.

Avdija, a 6-foot-9 small forward, is a versatile defender who should bolster Washington's perimeter defense and fit into multiple lineups.

Washington wants defense and an NBA-ready player out of Wednesday’s draft. The team doesn’t necessarily have to keep the ninth pick to get there.

The Washington Wizards aren’t the only team looking to add a player who can help out sooner rather than later. Here’s whom they should consider in Wednesday’s draft.

The Turkish 7-footer has conducted 12 virtual pre-draft interviews so far, with three or four left on his schedule.

Everything went as expected for Washington on Thursday — and that wasn't the best news for a franchise in need of immediate help.

Brooks is entering the final year of his five-year deal with the Wizards, who have the ninth-best odds at the No. 1 pick.

The front-office changes represent the organization’s first substantial departures since Monumental Basketball took form in July 2019.

Bryant stood out as the team's de-facto bubble MVP, but Rui Hachimura didn't pop the way the Wizards hoped.

Washington's first win in the bubble came in its season finale against a skeleton-crew Celtics squad.

Washington remained winless in the NBA bubble, dropping its seventh straight game, 126-113, to shorthanded Milwaukee.

Following a 121-103 loss to the Thunder on Sunday, the Wizards are still looking for their first win in the bubble.

The Wizards big man has been leading team-wide discussions and helping push Monumental Sports and Entertainment to form social justice initiatives.

Washington dropped a 118-107 to a New Orleans Pelicans team that was playing without star Zion Williamson.

Second-half effort keeps Washington in reach of Eastern Conference power before Philadelphia all-star Joel Embiid takes over in 107-98 loss.

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