Police say NBA star John Wall was kicked off a flight in Las Vegas on Tuesday after a disturbance was reported.
A two-man, Montreal-based design firm released a batch of 16 reimagined NBA mascots that look like they were taken straight out of Looney Tunes.
Celebrity chef and fan Jose Andres says he will cook for Pierce if he stays with Wizards.
Here are the best moments from the 2015 playoffs (so far) as we ready ourselves for the NBA Finals.
Ted Leonsis says the Wizards have tried other things to get better and moving forward the use of analytics will increase.
Wizards owner Ted Leonsis hopes to have practice facility location chosen within a few months.
The Washington Wizards rank 26th of 333 international teams surveyed in an ESPN/SportingIntelligence report revealing the sports franchises that spend the most on their players.
Wizards SF Paul Pierce may decline his 2015-16 player option so he can reunite with Doc Rivers in LA.
Steph Curry and LeBron James have been the biggest difference-makers in the playoffs. Who else cracks David Thorpe's list?
Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard followed up his first Defensive Player of the Year Award with his first appearance on the NBA's All-Defensive First Team, leading a Western Conference sweep.
Arkansas' Bobby Portis could do wonders to round out Washington's roster and provide insurance behind Nene.
Bradley Beal and John Wall have proved they are ready to take the next step, so now it's up to GM Ernie Grunfeld to get them the help they need.
Wizards point guard John Wall said he will not opt for surgery on his broken left hand/wrist and plans to take time off to let the five non-displaced fractures heal.
Paul Pierce is uncertain about his basketball future, but we're certain he'll be back for more.
With two last-second losses, the painful truth is the Wizards exited the playoffs in a manner that mirrors the bad fate of their Bullets forebears.
Who have been the 10 biggest difference-makers in the playoffs so far? David Thorpe breaks down his new list.
When it mattered most, on the most important possessions in 45 years of franchise history, the Hawks played like themselves.
Wizards forward and 17-year veteran Paul Pierce said his future is uncertain after the Game 6 loss that knocked the Wizards from the playoffs.