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    Washington Wizards Thread: Come Home, KD

    Gilbert Arenas will make a return after playin only 2 games last season

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    My 2nd Favorite team will join the 2009-2010 NBA playoffs

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    My 2nd Favorite team will join the 2009-2010 NBA playoffs



    Future Bandwagoner of the Year: trailblazers

    anak ka ata ni clintoy23?

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    At least naramdaman rin nila ang feeling of winning a game




    Even if it's short lived

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    ^ woah nanalo narin wizards. Injured si wall diba? sayang si ariza okafor tska nene.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aceblade View Post
    ^ woah nanalo narin wizards. Injured si wall diba? sayang si ariza okafor tska nene.
    nope, they lost the game though. winless pa rin ang wizards. 0-10.

    Following Korver's shot, Seraphin missed a hook shot. Martell Webster rebounded the miss for Washington under the basket and scored on a layup as the buzzer sounded.

    One official initially ruled the basket was good. The officials crew then conferred and ruled the basket was late. They confirmed the call with a video review.


    Hawks vs Wizards 11/21/2012

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    No shirts, no shoes. workhardplayhrd's Avatar
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    Si John Wall lang pala kailangan nila para manalo.

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    Tapak dito. Tapak doon. Sbj3's Avatar
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    Ano kaya plano ng Wizards kay Bradley Beal?

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    andami ng nawala asan na si trailblazers at clintoy?

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    sayang yun laman naging talo pa. CLE 105 - 94 WAS.

    who is this KOubre.Jr?

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    Wizards acquire Bojan Bogdanovic in trade with Nets: report
    Stephen Whyno
    Associated Press
    February 22, 2017

    The Washington Wizards added scoring punch to their bench Wednesday, acquiring swingman Bojan Bogdanovic in a trade with the Brooklyn Nets.

    Washington will also get forward Chris McCullough in the deal and send a lottery-protected 2017 first-round pick, Marcus Thornton and Andrew Nicholson to Brooklyn, a person familiar with the trade told The Associated Press. The person spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity because the trade had not been announced.

    Bogdanovic, 27, is averaging a career-high 14.2 points a game as a starter for the struggling Nets. He will add depth to the Wizards, who are in third place in the Eastern Conference.

    With the addition of Bogdanovic, a pending restricted free agent, Washington continues its push to challenge the NBA champion Cleveland Cavaliers, Toronto Raptors and Boston Celtics in the East. The Wizards have won 18 of their past 21 games and surged up the standings after a slow start under new coach Scott Brooks.

    A team spokesman said after the squad's first post-All-Star break practice Wednesday night that Brooks couldn't address rumors and speculation. Brooks said he has a great relationship with general manager Ernie Grunfeld and remains in constant contact with him ahead of trade deadline, which is 4 p.m. Thursday.

    "I like where we are as a team, but we're not satisfied," Brooks said. "We're not just going to be happy with what we've done in the first half. We want to come out and play good basketball throughout the season."

    It's the second consecutive season the Wizards traded their first-round pick at the deadline after acquiring power forward Markieff Morris from the Phoenix Suns in 2016. Morris is a starter along with All-Star John Wall, Bradley Beal, Otto Porter and Marcin Gortat, while Bogdanovic is expected to be their sixth man.

    Bogdanovic is shooting 44 percent this season, including 37 percent from 3-point range. The 2011 second-round pick led the Nets with 99 3-pointers and was second on the team in scoring.

    "Shooting is such a big part of the game, even more so the last few years," Brooks said. "The 3-point ball is powerful, and when we win that game, we're hard to beat like a lot of teams are."

    The 6-foot-8 Bogdanovic was the leading scorer in the Olympics, averaging 25.3 points to lead Croatia to a surprising berth in the quarterfinals as the top seed from its group.

    The deal gives the Nets a second pick in the first round, though they will lose their shot at what could be the No. 1 overall selection since they gave the Boston Celtics the right to swap picks this year in the deal for Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett. The Nets will get the Celtics' pick.

    McCullough has spent most of the season in the NBA Development League. The 6-foot-9 forward was the Nets' first-round pick in 2015 but was delayed in starting his career as he recovered from knee surgery in his lone season at Syracuse.

    The deal was first reported by Yahoo Sports. It follows a trade by the Toronto Raptors for Serge Ibaka that Brooks said didn't increase the pressure on the Wizards to keep pace in the East.

    "We want to keep charging ahead and keep climbing," Brooks said. "To win a championship, it's going to be the hardest thing that any team has to go through to win it, but it's not something you focus on day to day."

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