We all like to reminisce to the days of health in 2004-05 when the Wizards started the year by winning 26 out of their first 41. Since, they haven’t gotten out of the gates so well.
In 2005-06, they won five out of their first six, but then lost 17 of the next 24, going 12-18 in the first 30. The Wiz started 4-9 in 2006-07 before they got going, 0-5 in 2007-08, and last year … well, do I really need to give out the numbers?
It’s the NBA, and no game this year is going to be easy. Hell, this team can’t afford to think one might be easy. A good start is tremendously imperative to setting the swagger level of the year. Why? Because the playoff stretch of March could be brutal.
We already know this from the previous post: