►Sean Fagan | Dec 3, 2014
On Monday evening, the storm broke. After ranking next-to-last in percentage of team shots taken that are 3-pointers, the Wizards let loose a deluge against the Miami Heat and now find themselves...
►Arish Narayen | Jul 28, 2010
[Editor’s note: Below is third piece Arish Narayen has written for TAI. He first broke down the Wizards’ small forward situation in early July, and then wrote about the Wizards’ third...
Jogging to spots and selfishness a problem for Wizards offense, Flip Saunders and Shaun Livingston talk about the issues
►Kyle Weidie | Apr 4, 2010
The Wizards lost in typical Wizards fashion on Friday against the Chicago Bulls. Through three quarters, they fought hard against a team with playoff urgency … well, actually, the Bulls never...
►Kyle Weidie | Mar 28, 2010
The Wizards never really had a chance against the Utah Jazz Saturday night. The hope for victory was akin to a 15-seed wanting to beat a 2-seed in the NCAA Tournament,...
►Kyle Weidie | Mar 27, 2010
Before tonight’s Wizards-Jazz game, Flip Saunders came out to talk to the media reminiscent of Johnny Cash. The coach was dressed to the nines in all black, well, until he put...
►Kyle Weidie | Dec 31, 2009
With the Washington Wizards, I could point to a ton of self-induced actions that don’t go right during the course of a game. It boils down to a team that’s lacking focus,...
The First Two Minutes of the Third Quarter Against Minnesota: Just Part of What Flip Saunders Was Talking About
►Kyle Weidie | Dec 28, 2009
There were several interesting quotes from the Wizards about themselves in Michael Lee’s report from Minneapolis on Wizards Insider. I’m unsure if it’s more frustrating that they actually realize what they’re...
►Kyle Weidie | Dec 18, 2009
Caron Butler is not all bad and he’s no scapegoat, but he’s also having the worst season of his career (aside from his second year in the league). Sure, a new...