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Today, WOL will be reviewing possible prospects for the Washington Wizards from the upcoming 2018 NBA Draft. The Wizards have not had a first round pick since they drafted fan favorite Kelly Oubre Jr. in the 2015 NBA Draft. The team has had a win now mentality over the pass 2 years, which has led […]

To say this season has been a disappointment for the Washington Wizards is an understatement. Just last season, the Wizards showed that they have the team and talent to make a run at the eastern conference finals this year. Bradley Beal turned into the player we thought he could be when he was drafted, John […]

Sometimes all you need is a little home cooking. The Wizards must love the way it tastes after tying the series vs. Toronto 2-2 after going down 2-0. After an impressive home victory this past Friday, the home team followed that up with a gritty 106-98 victory to make things interesting for game 5 in […]

Lavar Ball keeps on talking… Ball warned the Washington Wizards to beware for Wednesday’s game because his son Lonzo will not be losing again this month. Wizards center Marcin Gortat took to Social Media to let the people know whats in store for Lonzo and the Los Angeles Lakers. John Wall may be the best […]

The 2017-2018 NBA season kicks off Wednesday night for the Washington Wizards with high expectations. After a gruesome injury to a key member of the Boston Celtics, many believe that as unfortunate as that is, it may benefit the Wizards chances to earn their first trip to the Eastern Conference finals since the 1979. Many […]

Throughout his NBA career, Tim Duncan mainly let his play on the court speak for him. Now, Duncan is speaking directly to the people in hopes to help rebuild his hometown. Duncan’s native home of The U.S. Virgin Islands was hit hard by Hurricane Irma and it’s in the path of Hurricane Jose. In an […]

Well, well, well. Sage Steele, everyone’s favorite ESPN anchor who loves to tell anyone who will listen just how “not black” she is, may have just found out about her blackness the hard way. It is being reported that Steele is officially out at ESPN and that she will be replaced by the blonde Michelle […]

The big man who played with Georgetown in the 1980s will now lead the team.

On Friday, Chance the Rapper announced the launch of the New Chance Arts and Literature Fund for Chicago public schools.

Stoudemire's comment that he would take extra precaution to avoid a gay teammate highlights the former NBA player's problematic pattern.