Age: 25 Height: 6-5 Weight: 207 lbs School: Florida
The Washington Wizards lost 117-113 loss to the Toronto Raptors on Saturday night. Here are five observations from the game.Rough start Those bad losses that defined the Wizards' fateful 2017-18 season, the ones against undermanned teams on what look
At long last, LeBron. Everyone knows the preseason is about wishing and dreaming but you know it has lasted too long when Washington's Bradley Beal muses that new teammate Jeff Green not only physically resembles LeBron James but “almost plays like him.” That's some “almost.” This is Green'
Bradley Beal told the Washington Post he put on 20 extra pounds last season as "sympathy weight" while his girlfriend was pregnant with their first child.
Oubre will be in the same position his teammates Bradley Beal and Otto Porter Jr. were at this point in their careers. The Wizards still have the option of making Oubre a restricted free agent, if they choose to extend a qualifying offer next summer. Oubre, 22, is confident he can raise his stock this season and says he's more focused on the Wizards' goals as a team.
For all of the changes Washington Wizards coach Scott Brooks wants to see John Wall, Bradley Beal and other players implement this season with an eye to finally making a deep playoff run, the most important might have nothing do with better shot selection or a more concerted effort on defense or taking every opponent seriously. The Wizards are coming off a 43-39 finish, No. 8 seeding in the Eastern Conference and first-round playoff exit, hardly the sort of showing they seemed to think they were capable of a year ago. ''The professionalism is going to be a big thing for us,'' forward Markieff Morris said.