Author Archives: Stephen D. Riley

  • Dilemma May Loom for Wizards at Small Forward Position

    If the 2014 NBA Summer League taught fans anything about the Washington Wizards, it’s that 2013 second-round draft pick Glen Rice Jr. has just as much potential as one of the top three overall selections in that draft, Otto Porter. While both excelled in Las Vegas last week, and each was named ...

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  • Wizards Balance Summer League, Free Agency in Busy Week

    Otto Porter Jr. and Glen Rice Jr. certainly have the bloodlines for the National Basketball Association (NBA) hardwood. After a pair of uninspiring rookie campaigns, the duo has their sights set on their sophomore years and their renewe d focus has them tearing up the competition in the NBA ...

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  • NBA Should Oppose Carmelo-to-Miami Move

    Rumors recently flared around the Miami Heat possibly trying to make room to acquire New York Knicks star forward Carmelo Anthony this summer. Anthony has made it clear that he intends to opt out of his last year with the Knicks and test free agency in July, and his destination could be South ...

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  • All-in with Coach Randy Wittman

    The Washington Wizards could've been in the market for a new head coach this summer, and probably could've come away with a reputable one. Fresh off their best finish in over 30 years, the Wizards elected not to go the summer search route. Instead, Washington retained the man who helped ...

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  • Wizards Enter Pivotal Summer

    The roller-coaster story of the 2013-2014 Washington Wizards will be largely remembered for the development of the team's precious backcourt of John Wall, 23, and Bradley Beal,20. After several botched rebuild attempts over the last few seasons, Wall and Beal stand as the brightest moments ...

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  • Washington Prepares for Round Two after Canning Chicago

    The Washington Wizards will open up the second round of their playoff quest May 5 on the road against the Indiana Pacers. The Wizards subdued the Bulls in five games, capped by a 75-69 road win April 29. John Wall scored a game-high 24 points and Washington secured a handful of offensive ...

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  • Are the Wizards Ready to Run with the Bulls?

    The Washington Wizards enter their first playoff matchup since 2007 at just the right time. The team is as healthy as it’s been all season, and valuable backups have gathered experience while other players sat out. Point guard John Wall arrives to the postseason fresh off his first ...

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