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Washington Wizards 2014 News and Updates
5/14/14 - Facing elimination from the playoffs and on the road, the Washington Wizards climbed onto the back of big man Marcin Gortat on May 13 and rode him to a Game 5 victory in Indianapolis, 102-79. Gortat scored 31 points, collected 16 boards, and added a pair of assists and a steal to his stat line; while sparkplug John Wall also had a fine game, tossing in 27 points and recording five boards and five assists. Trevor Ariza just registered a double-double of 10 points and 10 rebounds, while Bradley Beal contributed 18 points, and Nene added four points, four rebounds, four assists, a pair of steals and two blocked shots. Game 6 will be May 15 at the Verizon Center.
5/9/14 - After stealing the Pacers’ home court advantage with their Game 1 win, the Washington Wizards almost had an answer for a resurgent Roy Hibbert as well in Game 2 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, but fell short by an 86-82 margin. The Wiz got a strong game from center Marcin Gortat, who notched a double-double of 21 points and 11 rebounds, while Bradley Beal rung up 17 points, seven assists and five boards. John Wall and Trevor Ariza, who had big games in the opener for these two teams, were held to just six points each, though Wall handed out a team high eight assists. The action shifts to Washington, D.C. for Games 3 and 4 of the series, where the Wizards are looking for their first ever second-round home win at the Phone Booth.
4/30/14 - Although the last time the Washington Wizards appeared in the NBA Playoffs was 2008, yhou have to go back a few more years, to 2005, before you find the last time the Wizards won a series – and like this year, that was also against Chicago. Where did these Wizards get their strengths? Players like John Wall, who led the Wiz to their series clinching victory with 24 points; like Trevor Ariza, who notched 30 points in Game 4; like Bradley Beal, who collected 26 points in Game 2; and like Nene, who wrought havoc in all but one game (when he was suspended for a head-butt of a Chicago player). The Wizards will face the winner of the Indiana-Atlanta series next.
4/18/14 - With a 118-102 victory over Boston in the last game of the regular season, the Washington Wizards quietly snuck into the fifth slot of the NBA’s Eastern Conference, and a date with the Chicago Bulls in the first round of the playoffs. The Wizards were driven by guard Bradley Beal, who dropped 27 points and seven rebounds on Boston, along with three assists and a pair of steals. Trevor Booker also reached 20 points exactly, while big man Marcin Gortat notched a double-double of 15 points and 10 boards, as well as a pair of blocked shots. John Wall nearly had a double-double of his own, adding 15 points and nine assists; Trevor Ariza chipped in 13 points, while Nene came off the bench and rounded out the corps of players in double-digit scoring with 12 points.
4/14/14 - The good news for the Washington Wizards is that center Nene is back. The bad news is that the Wizards have picked a fine time to struggle to get needed wins, having lost their last two, to Chicago and more recently to Charlotte, 94-88. Nene got 17 minutes of court time against the Bobcats, scoring 10 points with an assist and a steal. The offensive load was carried mostly by Marcin Gortat, who went for a double-double of 27 points and 14 rebounds, but it must be mentioned that John Wall had a triple-double of 14 points, 12 rebounds and 11 assists as well for the Wizards. Trevor Booker collected 15 points and five blocked shots. The Wizards have fallen to seventh place in the East, even with the Bobcats.
4/7/14 - Congratulations are due the Washington Wizards, who qualified for the playoffs for the first time since 2008 with a 118-92 home win over the Boston Celtics. Six Wizards – all five starters plus Al Harrington, off the bench – tallied double figures in scoring for the Wizards, led by Marcin Gortat’s 22 points (along with eight rebounds). Bradley Beal tossed in 19 points; Trevor Ariza collected 18; and John Wall notched a double-double of 13 points and 10 assists. Off the court, the Wizards got some good news, as center Nene appears to be on track to return to the lineup, as expected, by the final week of the regular season.
3/28/14 - John Wall put up 29 points and six assists. The team had a 52-34 advantage on points in the paint. But the Washington Wizards were unable to hold down visiting Phoenix, losing 99-93 on March 26 at the Phone Booth (otherwise known as the Verizon Center). Center Marcin Gortat accounted for 17 points and five rebounds; Trevor Ariza scored 14 points and pulled down eight boards; and reserve Martell Webster was the final Wizard with double digit scoring, at 10 points on the night. Andre Miller, while not making much of a difference with scoring, collected four steals for the Wizards.
3/21/14 - This current road trip has not been kind to the Washington Wizards, who have lost their first two of a scheduled four game western swing. First it was Sacramento who extended the Wizards to overtime in a 117-111 defeat, followed by a loss to the West’s number 5 squad, Portland. Drew Gooden, recently signed for the rest of the season, has been a good pickup for the Wizards, scoring 21, 18, and 18 again as an off-the-bench option in Washington’s last three games. John Wall was his usual self against Portland, collecting 24 points and 14 assists, both team highs, in the loss to the Trail Blazers. Gooden and Trevor Ariza each pulled down nine rebounds against Portland.
3/14/14 - Having risen as high as fifth place in the Eastern Conference standings, the Washington Wizards have fallen back a bit due to a two game losing streak; currently in sixth place, a half game back of Brooklyn, the Wizards dropped their last game to Charlotte, 98-85, a game in which the Bobcats, 2 ½ games behind the Wizards, outscored Washington 29-19 in the fourth quarter. John Wall, who led the Wizards with 23 points, would later receive a $15,000 fine from the league for inappropriate remarks about the officiating in the game. Center Marcin Gortat collected 10 rebounds in the loss.
3/10/14 - Even though they’re 12 games back in their division, the Washington Wizards just keep on rollin’. ESPN’s Hollinger Playoff Odds now has the Wizards as a 99.9% favorite to make the playoffs, their first time since 2008. After winning three straight, the Wizards dropped a tough one to Memphis, but bounced back a couple days later to defeat Utah, 104-91, behind Trevor Ariza’s 26 points. Bradley Beal contributed 22 points, while John Wall had a double-double of 14 points and 11 assists; Wall also blocked a pair of shots.
3/3/14 - The Washington Wizards are good. Proof of this? A gritty, three overtime 134-129 victory over Toronto, on the road at the Air Canada Centre on February 27. All Star John Wall was joined by center Marcin Gortat in ringing up 31 points each for the Wizards, who moved two games over .500; Gortat was joined by two other Wizards, Trevor Ariza and Bradley Beal, in clearing double digits in rebounding. Wall also collected nine assists for the Wizards, team high on the night. The Wizards are without forward Nene, who could be done for the season with a knee injury which could keep him out for four to six weeks.
2/24/14 - John Wall joined an illustrious group of names this past weekend. By winning the NBA’s annual dunk contest, he joins such illustrious names as Spud Webb, Michael Jordan, Dominique Wilkins, Blake Griffin and Vince Carter. In outdueling Paul George of Indiana, Wall became the first Washington player to win the contest. Additionally, Wall contributed 12 points, five rebounds, four assists, and a pair of steals to the East’s winning effort in the All Star Game. In addition, the Wizards made news at the trade deadline by acquiring guard Andre Miller, who had been on the outs in Denver, in a three way deal which also included Philadelphia.
2/11/14 - Still in the playoff hunt, the Washington Wizards continue to hover at the .500 mark. After dropping a pair of close contests to San Antonio and Cleveland, the Wizards snapped back to the break-even point with a solid 93-84 win over Sacramento. The Wizards were led by power forward Nene, who collected 18 points and five assists in the win. Three other starters broke double figures in points – Marcin Gortat (17), Bradley Beal (16), and All Star John Wall (12).
2/3/14 - If there is anything surprising about the current NBA season, it might be the fact that, in the middle of a weak (aside from Indiana and Miami) Eastern Conference, the name of the formerly woeful Washington Wizards is right there in the middle of the pack. The Wizards, who ended Oklahoma City’s 10-game winning streak over Super Bowl weekend, sit fifth in the Eastern Conference standings with a 23-23 record – and are just two games behind Atlanta for second place in the Southeast Division. Point guard John Wall, named an Eastern Conference reserve to the All Star Game, is also debating whether to take part in the league dunk and skills contests.
Washington Wizards 2013-2014 Season
Despite a dismal 2012-13 record of 29-53, the Wizards showed flashes of improvement towards the end of the season once their roster was healthy. At the center of the Wizards potential is franchise point guard and former #1 pick John Wall, who received a max contract extension this offseason worth $80 million. Joining Wall in the backcourt is promising 20-year old scorer Bradley Beal, who finished third in Rookie of the Year voting last season. The frontcourt duo of Emeka Okafor and Nene will provide solid interior defense and veteran leadership to the young Washington team. The Wizards were widely lauded for their selection of Georgetown forward Otto Porter in the 2013 draft. With one of the best young cores in the league, coach Randy Wittman has the pieces in place to lead the Wizards to their first playoff appearance since 2008.
The average price for Wizards tickets at the Verizon Center in 2013-14 is $77. After opening the season on the road in Detroit against the Pistons, the Wizards home opener on 11/1 against the 76ers is averaging $71. The two most expensive Wizards home games this season are against the defending NBA Champion Heat on 1/15 and 4/14, both averaging $180. The next five most expensive home games are against the Lakers on 11/26, Thunder on 2/1, Nets on 3/15, and Bulls on 4/5, and Clippers on 12/14.