Police: Glen Rice Jr. Shot In Leg, Arrested For Carrying Half A Pound Of Weed

According to police, former Washington Wizard Glen Rice Jr. was shot in the leg after getting into an argument at an Atlanta restaurant. After the shooting, he was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana after police say they found a bag containing 240 grams of weed and Rice Jr.’s passport near the scene. »10/26/15 4:46pm10/26/15 4:46pm

Gilbert Arenas Calls Caron Butler A Snitch In Rebuttal To Locker Room Guns Story

Caron Butler’s recent account of the infamous incident in the Wizards locker room in 2009 involving Jarvaris Crittenton and Gilbert Arenas and one-to-five guns continues to make waves. The Washington Post ran an excerpt from his new book that provoked Arenas to write an rambling Instagram rebuttal to Butler, which he… »10/10/15 1:21pm10/10/15 1:21pm

Javaris Crittenton Pointing A Loaded Gun At Gilbert Arenas Is Still The Most Insane Thing To Ever Happen In The NBA

The Washington Post has an excerpt of Caron Butler’s new book, Tuff Juice: My Journey from the Streets to the NBA—Editorial Reviews on Amazon provided by Dwyane Wade, Pat Riley, and Mark Wahlberg—that delivers his account of the one time Gilbert Arenas nearly got himself shot in the Wizards locker room over a $1,100… »10/07/15 4:59pm10/07/15 4:59pm

The Hawks Ruined Another Great Moment In Paul Pierce Shit-Talking

Paul Pierce’s late three in Game 5, which put his Wizards up 81-80 over the Hawks with less than 10 seconds to play, was wasted by Nene’s inability to box out and prevent Al Horford’s game-winning layup. That’s a shame, because if the Wizards had managed to win, Pierce would have reached a new high point on his… »5/14/15 11:12am5/14/15 11:12am

Hawks Win After Paul Pierce's Wide-Open, Game-Tying Three Bricks Long

With just nine seconds left in the game, the Wizards were in as good of a position as they could have hoped to be. They were down the entire game, by as much as 12, continuously clawing back within a few points before the Hawks inevitably reopened the lead. But one final late fury brought the deficit down to three,… »5/12/15 12:02am5/12/15 12:02am

The Valiant Hawks Withstood Mighty Ramon Sessions, Can Do Anything

By now everybody knows the game plan for beating the Washington Wizards in the playoffs. We can neither stop nor contain the mighty Ramon Sessions, it goes. Ha ha ha, I mean, to even suggest such a thing could be done is a funny joke, even for the top-seeded team playing at home. Who can but dream of slowing his… »5/06/15 11:22am5/06/15 11:22am

The Washington Wizards Are Not Going To Win The NBA Finals

Last April, the first-seeded Indiana Pacers, who’d spent the season’s first few months crushing the league before returning to earth after the All-Star break, labored through a surprisingly tough seven-game series against a mediocre Atlanta Hawks team seemingly engineered to turn Indiana’s greatest strength (Roy… »4/30/15 11:12am4/30/15 11:12am

Hey Canada, What The Hell Happened To The Raptors?

The Wizards completed their four-game sweep of the Raptors yesterday evening in D.C. Sweeps aren’t all that uncommon in the first round of the NBA playoffs; what made this one notable, beyond Toronto having been the higher-seeded and favored team at the outset, is just how one-sided it was. The score was tied 43-43… »4/27/15 10:55am4/27/15 10:55am

The Wizards Are Figuring It Out, And The Raptors Aren't Good Enough

“That is a bad man, number 34.” Those are the words color commentator Doris Burke used to describe Paul Pierce’s game-sealing three-pointer against the Toronto Raptors last night. In just thirty seconds the Raptors cut an eight point deficit to three, and if the Wizards had come up empty, the Raptors would’ve had a… »4/25/15 11:34am4/25/15 11:34am