Washington Wizards

24-34 (47% ATS)

Team Snapshot
Points Per Game 113.9 8th
Rebounds Per Game 40.9 28th
Assists Per Game 26.6 5th
Points Allowed 116.9 29th
2018-19 Southeast Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
Charlotte 27 30 .474 L2
Miami 26 30 .464 W1
Orlando 27 32 .458 W5
Washington 24 34 .414 L2
Atlanta 19 39 .328 L1

Injuries

  • SF
    Wayne Ellington (Acquired) is questionable Monday vs Washington

Washington Wizards News

  • 3 hours ago
  • Charlotte, N.C.#BradleyBeal | #DCFamily https://t.co/MeEOAv0daB

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  • 4 hours ago
  • From St. Louis 2x #NBAAllStar@RealDealBeal23 https://t.co/8hyS5WprBI

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  • 4 hours ago

    Bullets Forever: NBA All-Star Game 2019: Bradley Beal and Kristi Toliver arrive in Charlotte

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    NBA All-Star Weekend has begun. On Thursday, Wizards guard Bradley Beal and assistant coach/Mystics guard Kristi Toliver arrived in Charlotte. After a rough week and loss to the Toronto Raptors on Wednesday, this is a much needed break for them.

    For Beal, he did some autograph sessions and promotional work for Tissot watches for his Valentine's Day.

    Beal will also sign autographs at the Northlake Mall's Champs Sports store this Friday at 6 p.m. ET.

    As for Toliver, she was in the photo booth doing some of the promotional photos that every All-Star, including Beal will be in later this weekend:

    Beal and Toliver aren't the only ones in Charlotte for the weekend.

  • Yesterday at 6:46pm
  • From St. Louis to 2x #NBAAllStar. @realdealbeal23 https://t.co/JIsJ6KFqOz

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  • Yesterday at 3:34pm

    Washington Times: Gilbert Arenas to play in Big3

    NBA

    Agent Zero is making a comeback. Sort of.

    The Big3 announced Thursday former Wizards star Gilbert Arenas has signed to play in the 3-on-3 league this summer. The 37-year-old hasn't played in the NBA since 2012, but the Big3 features many former players.

    Arenas played with the Wizards from 2003 to 2010. The three-time All-Star was once an explosive, exciting player, but injuries and a high-profile gun incident inside the Wizards' locker room derailed his career.

    The Big3 was founded in 2017 and is entering its third season. The three-on-three basketball league will expand to 12 teams this season and play two nights per week.

  • Yesterday at 10:42am

    Bullets Forever: WNBA Free Agency 2019: Tierra Ruffin-Pratt signs with the Los Angeles Sparks

    NBA

    On Wednesday, Brady Klopfer of The Athletic reported that Tierra Ruffin-Pratt will sign a contract with the Los Angeles Sparks for the 2019 season. She was one of the Mystics' unrestricted free agents heading into this offseason.

    Breaking: Tierra Ruffin-Pratt has signed with the LA Sparks, league sources tell @TheAthleticLA.

    Ruffin-Pratt brings strong perimeter defense and durability to LA's bench. She spent her first six WNBA seasons playing for the Mystics.-- Brady Klopfer (@BradyKlopferNBA) February 13, 2019

    Ruffin-Pratt played six seasons for the Mystics where she spent much of her time as a starting wing player from 2013-18.

  • Yesterday at 3:35am

    Washington Times: Siakam scores career-best 44, Raptors beat Wizards

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    TORONTO -- Pascal Siakam scored a career-high 44 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, OG Anunoby scored a career-best 22 points, and the Toronto Raptors beat the Washington Wizards 129-120 on Wednesday night for their sixth straight win.

    Serge Ibaka had 10 points and 13 rebounds, and Kyle Lowry had 14 points and 13 assists as the Raptors used a big third quarter to overcome a 12-point deficit and post their fifth straight victory over the struggling Wizards.

    Jeremy Lin played 25 minutes in his Toronto debut after signing earlier in the day.

  • Yesterday at 1:11am

    Official Site of the Wizards: Wizards fall to Raptors in Toronto, 129-120

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    Coming off a loss on Monday night to the Detroit Pistons, the Wizards fell in Toronto, 129-120 to a tough Raptors team.

    Despite the final score, the Wizards held a firm lead at one point during the game. It was a slow start for the Wizards out of the starting blocks, however, as the team failed to score a field goal until the 8:30 mark. The Wizards managed to keep pace throughout the first quarter and entered the second frame down 30-26. The Wizards grabbed the lead in the second quarter, and a Trevor Ariza 3-point buzzer-beater put them up 65-59 at halftime.

  • Yesterday at 12:22am
  • From the locker room, Bradley Beal and Jabari Parker on Wednesday's loss in Toronto.#WizRaptors | #DCFamily https://t.co/gIegnDTh82

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  • February 13 at 9:50pm
  • Buckets, thy name is Bobby. @BPortistime | #DCFamily https://t.co/IVOjq6X4CM

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  • February 13 at 9:44pm
  • @JabariParker https://t.co/P8SvFl8rJG

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  • February 13 at 9:40pm
  • #BradleyBeal#BradleyBeal#BradleyBeal#BradleyBeal#BradleyBeal#BradleyBeal#BradleyBeal https://t.co/pMuQWsQ4zQ

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  • February 13 at 9:18pm
  • Wrong way down a one-way. @RealDealBeal23 | #DCFamily https://t.co/jVG8og3yF7

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  • February 13 at 9:06pm
  • BOOMSHAKALAKA https://t.co/gjTCeBfGAA

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  • February 13 at 9:04pm
  • You can have the ball or we can share it like the last slice. https://t.co/y5lrvnFYC5

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