Oubre likely the next man up in Wizards' starting unit

Beal missed 4 of 6 free throws in the final quarter and attempted just four three-pointers, but still finished with 25 points, six rebounds, four assists and three steals.

  • Perspective

Philadelphia shows what all the hype is about, but Washington proves older and wiser in pulling out a 120-115 season-opening win.

Point guard sheds last season’s pass-first mind-set with 28 points on 28 shots as Washington holds Philadelphia.

While some have said Hayward's injury could reshuffle the East, Beal said, “We can't take them lightly just because Gordon went down."

The biggest barrier to the Wizards' success is the team's bench.

  • Perspective

For years, the franchise’s best days have appeared to be in a distant future. No more.

The NBA's top pick arrives for his debut in his hometown of Washington, devoid of the expectations that usually follow lottery picks.

Wall felt your pain during the Nationals' excruciating loss. And he's been preparing his body to carry the load for the entire city.

Washington is a popular pick to finish second or third in the East.

It's almost too perfect.

The season will probably end the same as last year, but let's not take all the fun out of it.

  • Perspective

Marcin Gortat and Ian Mahinmi are critical to their team’s success, even if they feel undervalued.

“What they said he couldn't do, he did,” said the mother of the Wizards' newest player. “With Carrick, we wouldn't let him fail no matter what.”

As Oubre continues to grow, Washington's offense rolls through the exhibition season.

Felix will potentially make an NBA roster for the first time since the 2013-14 season.

At 22, the New York native is still largely defined by his potential, but he continues to show flashes in a 110-103 win over the Knicks on Friday night.

On the latest episode of "Posting Up," host Tim Bontemps previews the Southeast Division.

Wizards' 7-footer may have earned a starting spot in the regular season opener after dropping 20 points on the Heat.

Meanwhile, Jason Smith moves closer to seizing Washington’s vacant starting power forward role.

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