The No. 15 overall pick is joining a crowded group of wing players in Washington.
by: Candace Buckner — Washington Post 22h
The 6-foot-7 wing from Oregon is “a guy what we’ve been targeting,” Coach Scott Brooks says.
by: Tim Bontemps — Washington Post 21 Jun
Everything you need to know for Thursday's draft.
by: Candace Buckner — Washington Post 20 Jun
The Wizards have a big decision on Thursday, with a crying need to get younger on the interior.
by: Jerry Brewer — Washington Post 19 Jun
For these top heavy, stuck-in-place Wizards, a talented draft bargain is the Holy Grail. Now they must choose wisely.
by: Gene Wang — Washington Post 18 Jun
The Mystics' and Wizards' new home in Congress Heights will host its first college sports event beginning in 2020.
by: Scott Allen — Washington Post 18 Jun
Texas Tech shooting guard Zhaire Smith and Texas A&M center Robert Williams are commonly linked to Washington.
by: Candace Buckner — Washington Post 12 Jun
Troy Brown Jr.'s sisters are also accomplished athletes.
by: Jerry Brewer — Washington Post 21h
Washington gives itself increased flexibility on and off the court in drafting 6-foot-7 small foward Troy Brown Jr. in the first round.
by: Candace Buckner — Washington Post 11 Jun
The Wizards' most intriguing pre-draft workout so far focused on the two young wing players, along with Jaylen Adams, Angel Delgado, Alan Herndon and Elie Okobo.
by: Matt Bonesteel — Washington Post 11 Jun
But would he want to play in a minor league sports town?
by: Rick Maese — Washington Post 6 Jun
The ESPN reporter got his start ghostwriting for one of the NBA's most compelling characters.