It's no secret that this current home stand for Washington is important, as they hosted the Magic last night at Capital One Arena. The Wizards were able to take care of business, beating Orlando 100-90. They got a tremendous boost from their bench last night, outscoring the Magic counterparts 59-20. Bradley Beal led the Wizards with 23 points, he was the only starter to score in double figures. Thomas Bryant had a double-double with 21 points and 10 rebounds, Jabari Parker mi
Brad Beal drives on Kings guard Buddy Hield in a hard fought win over Sacramento Monday night Washington Wizards (28-39) vs Orlando Magic (31-37)
When: Wednesday , March 13th at 7p.m. Where: Capital One Arena in Washington D.C. TV: NBC Sports Washington, FSFL/ Radio: FM 96.9 The Game, 1500 AM
Wizards: Dwight Howard (Day to Day/ Back), John Wall (Out for the season/ Haglund’s deformity and chronic Achilles tendon injury)
Magic: Mo Bamba ( Out/ Left Tibia Fracture),
In the first game of a five game homestand, the Washington Wizards got off to a solid start. They beat the visiting Orlando Magic 117-109, it was a back and forth affair from the start. Jeff Green and John Wall combined to score 19 points in the fourth quarter to lead Washington past Orlando. Wall had 25 points, 10 assists and a huge block that came late in the game. Green continued his stretch of good play, scoring 18 points and pulling down six rebounds. The Magic were led
Wizards 3-9 vs Magic 6-7 When: Monday, November 12, at 7p.m. Where: Capital One Arena in Washington D.C. TV: NBC Sports Washington/ FSFL / Radio: 1500 AM, FM 96.9 The Game Injury Wizards: None Magic: Jonathan Isaac (Out/ Right Ankle Sprain), Aaron Gordon (Day to day/ Left Ankle Sprain), Timofey Mozgov (Out, Right Knee) Wizards - 110.5 - points per game 119.3 - points against 44.9 - Field goal % Magic - 103.5 - points per game 108.1 - points against 43.7 - field goal % Keep an
Washington didn’t close things out the way they wanted Wednesday when they hosted Utah, they didn’t have that issue as they beat Orlando 125-119. John Wall and Bradley Beal scored 30 points a piece on 25-of-38 shooting to ensure the ending they desired, just the second time they’ve done so in the same game. Wall continued where he left off against Utah, scoring 19 of his 30 points in the second half, including nine in the fourth quarter. The Wizards got a big game out of Ian
Wizards (23-18) vs Magic (12-30) When: Friday, January 12th at 7 p.m.
Where: Capital One Arena in Washington D.C.
TV: NBC Sports Washington / Radio: 1500 AM Injury Wizards: Sheldon Mac (Out, Achilles), Chris McCullough (G-League assignment ) Magic: Nikola Vucevic (Out, Hand), Terrance Ross ( Out, Knee), Jonathan Isaacs (Out, Ankle) Notes - Bradley Beal tallied his eighth-straight game with at least 20 points, tied for the second-longest streak of his career. Beal consecuti