There's a definitive answer every year to the question of who is No. 1 in the NBA draft.
by: Albert Lee — SB Nation: Bullets Forever 2h
The durable veteran Wizards center is entering the final year of a five-year $60 million contract and still has plenty left in the tank.
by: Basketball Insiders — Basketball Insiders 4h
San Antonio Spurs star Kawhi Leonard met with coach Gregg Popovich on Tuesday in San Diego, league sources told Yahoo Sports. The meeting between the two faces of the Spurs’ franchise was done professionally and confidentially, league sources said. Source
by: Greydy Diaz — SB Nation: Bullets Forever 6h
Washington is back in the win column after a big win over Chicago.
by: Jen Julie Smith — Fansided: Wiz of Awes 10h
Now that the 2018 NBA draft, which will be held on June 21, is upon us, an interesting theory has emerged about what the Washington Wizards will do with th...
by: Jerry Brewer — Washington Post 10h
For these top heavy, stuck-in-place Wizards, a talented draft bargain is the Holy Grail. Now they must choose wisely.
by: N/A — NBC Sports Washington 10h
Plenty want to see Texas A&M big man Robert Williams fall to the Wizards at No. 15. Would that be the right move for the Wiz though?
by: Candace Buckner — Washington Post: Wizards Insider 12h
Is Zhaire Smith's raw athleticism enticing enough for the No. 15 pick?
by: Dan Feldman — NBC Sports: Pro Basketball Talk 14h
2018 NBA Draft trade rumors: Wizards open to dealing No. 15 pick if a team takes on expiring contract - CBSSports.com
by: Chris Barnewall — CBS Sports 15h
The Wizards want to create cap space, and they have the 15th pick in the draft as trade bait to help them do just that
by: Mitch Robson — The Score 15h
The Washington Wizards have told other teams that they're willing to trade down from the 15th overall pick in Thursday's draft if one of their own expiring contracts is included, according to Ben Standig of Sports Capitol.Washington has a handful of...
by: Bruno Manrique — Clutchpoints 16h
The Washington Wizards could be on the market for their 15th overall selection, if other teams would be willing to take on some of their expiring contracts, according to Ben Standig of The Sports Capitol. “The Wizards have five players with expiring...