Washington Wizards Front Office

Wizards To Offer Masai Ujiri $10M Per Year Deal, Ownership Stake
Ted Leonsis is expected to reach out to ownership of the Raptors to request permission to meet with Masai Ujiri.
Wizards Essentially Rule Out Feasibility Of Hiring Masai Ujiri
The expectations of high salary demands and the necessary compensation to free Masai Ujiri from the Raptors makes a move for him prohibitive.
Tim Connelly Seriously Considered Leaving Nuggets For Wizards
Tim Connelly and his wife are from the Washington D.C. area, which made the job particularly attractive to him.
Wizards Interested In Neil Olshey To Run Front Office
Sources believe Neil Olshey is open to considering other options.
Klay Thompson, Bradley Beal, Karl-Anthony Towns Miss All-NBA, Max Impacted
Klay Thompson and Bradley Beal were not voted onto any All-NBA Teams and will not be eligible for a supermax this offseason.
Wizards To Shift Focus Back To Troy Weaver, Danny Ferry, Tommy Sheppard
The Wizards are reopening their front office search.
Tim Connelly Will Remain With Nuggets
Tim Connelly met with the Wizards to discuss the possibility of being hired for the same job with their franchise.
Wizards Offer Lead Front Office Position To Tim Connelly
Tim Connelly toured the Wizards' practice facility on Friday while meeting with Ted Leonsis.
Wizards Receive Permission To Interview Tim Connelly
Connelly began his front office career as an intern for the Wizards in 1996.
Wizards Interview Troy Weaver For 2nd Time
Troy Weaver first met with the Wizards on April 30th.

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Washington Wizards: 2019 NBA Offseason Preview

by Keith P Smith

With John Wall out and Bradley Beal playing at nearly an All-NBA level, the Wizards are too good to tank but not good enough to be a real contender. This offseason is about hiring the right GM and beginning to put a long-term plan in place.

The Maximum Available 2019 Cap Space for All 30 NBA Teams, Version 2.0

by Keith P Smith

The Knicks, Clippers, Hawks, Kings and Lakers project to have the most cap space this offseason.

A Final Appreciation Of The Wizards' Fascinating, Disastrous Season

by Colin McGowan

The Wiz are not, like Orlando or Phoenix, a lousy young team that is a little bit interesting on the basis that they are still figuring stuff out. No, they are fascinating in a painful way.

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Washington Wizards Schedule

Mar. 31 at 8:00 PM
W, 90-95
Apr. 3 at 7:00 PM
L, 114-115
Apr. 5 at 7:00 PM
San Antonio
L, 112-129
Apr. 7 at 7:30 PM
New York
L, 113-110
Apr. 9 at 7:00 PM
L, 110-116

* All times Eastern

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Washington Wizards Leaders

Bradley Beal 25.60 Points

Dwight Howard 9.22 Rebounds

John Wall 8.72 Assists

Thomas Bryant 0.93 Blocks

Otto Porter 1.56 Steals

Gary Payton II 38.03 PER

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Top Performers for Apr. 09, 2019

Southeast Division Standings