Tomas Satoransky has been the talk of pre-season and dunks like these are the reason why
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RICHMOND — The Washington Wizards held an open practice for fans inside the Siegel Center on Friday night. This wasn’t a behind-the-scenes look inside training camp. Players didn’t scrimmage. They didn’t even work through defensive drills, though defense has been the rallying cry for the upcoming season. Also, players stayed away from too much physical contact — […]
The Wizards held an open practice at the Siegel Center in Richmond on Friday evening, and Tomas Satoransky took the opportunity to show off his hops: Mark this day: September 30 in the year of our Lord two thousand sixteen, when the legend of @satoransky officially began pic.twitter.com/PdALUp8p71— Candace Buckner (@CandaceDBuckner) September 30, 2016 If you’ve watched...
13. John Wall = Wall John It’s hard when your name is eight letters long. 12. Kelly Oubre = Key Our Bell This just feels a little underdeveloped. 11. Jarell Eddie = Jailed Elder Old man in prison? You know he was up to no good. 10. Trey Burke = Try Rebuke “I did!” Quin Snyder said. 9. Ian Mahinmi = Him in Mania There’s no I in team, but there is one in Ian and...
We've been telling you since Wizards training camp started that Tomas Satoransky is a great athlete. Now, here's proof in dunk video form. The Washington Post's Candace
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Things are fine. FINE! This week has been quite gloomy when you look outside. The skies are overcast and it’s often rained at various points throughout the day. It’s given me a quick reminder of last May when there was measurable rain for 15 straight days. We do need the rain, so in a way, I’m not complaining. But we may have to keep an eye on Tropical Storm Matthew, which...
Embed from Getty Images Wizards guard Bradley Beal missed practice Thursday after being diagnosed with a mild concussion after catching an errant elbow from teammate Ian Mahinmi during practice Wednesday, according to Candace Buckner of the Washington Post. No timetable has officially been set, but he will have to enter the team’s concussion protocol. The Wizards are set...
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With so little time to get together and a team largely comprised of unfamiliars, it’s hardly fair to criticize the Wizards for not having a concrete plan of what they’ll do during the National Anthem this season. They might do nothing, for the record. They might do the same thing they’ve always done, which is stand at attention, hands over their hearts or behind their backs...
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[Photo courtesy ~ Joe Glorioso] For Washington Wizards center Marcin Gortat, the firing of Randy Wittman was a positive. The Polish Machine was not in a good state at the end of last season, so much that he didn’t even conduct an exit interview because he wanted to protect his image. “Man you don’t want […] The post Marcin Gortat Talks Leadership, Money, And Getting A Fresh...
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RICHMOND — Like the rest of us, Marcin Gortat understood that John Wall would be limited in Wizards training camp. Knee surgery and rehabilitation can be a long process, and Wall is recovering from two procedures. So, conventional thought — and cautious words from the man himself — would lead one to believe that Wall would slowly work back into form […]
On Monday, Washington Wizards guard John Wall was asked how he would describe his relationship with backcourt mate Bradley Beal. “We’re just two competitive people,” Wall started off by saying. Later during his media day session when Beal was pitched the same question, he flatly responded: “It’s great.” Then, Beal paused before lobbing back the query to a room full […]
WASHINGTON (AP) Washington Wizards guard John Wall will be limited at training camp after undergoing knee surgery over the summer and the team has no timeline for his return. The 26-year-old All-Star says he's feeling great and has been able to play 1-on-1 and 3-on-3 with teammates. Coach Scott Brooks doesn't know if Wall will play in any preseason games. Wall and Brooks insist...
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Washington Wizards point guard John Wall caused a bit of a stir over the weekend by wearing a Dallas Cowboys jersey to a Washington Redskins home game, and his head coach chimed in on the controversy Tuesday. Wall, a lifelong Cowboys fan, attended Dallas’ 27-24 win over the Redskins on Sunday sporting the blue and white and drew the ire of many of his local Washington fans for...
John Wall has been a Dallas Cowboys fan his whole life, and playing basketball in the nation’s capital is not going to change that. On Sunday, Wall showed up to the Washington Redskins’ game against the Cowboys — which was in D.C. — wearing an Emmitt Smith throwback jersey. #DallasCowboys fan @JohnWall repping that throwback @EmmittSmith22 today for #DALvsWAS pic.twitter...
The Washington Wizards will be sporting new alternate uniforms for the 2016-17 season, and they’re more fitting for the Bullets, with a pretty great “America” theme. The uniforms feature a more classic feel, but the stars-and-stripes design on the sign makes them look a bit modern as well. We'll wear the Stars and Stripes for our Military Series pres. by @LeidosInc Pre-order...
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