Summer League Recap

Friday, July 13th - Wizards 82 - Hawks 102

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The Wizards opened up Summer League on Friday with a 102-82 loss to the Atlanta Hawks.

Despite the lopsided score, there were positives to take away from the first live 5-on-5 game played in about 2.5 months for the Wizards... Read More


Saturday, July 14th - Wizards 76 - Rockets 70

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The Wizards were in complete control on Saturday night as they took down the Houston Rockets, 76-70, in Game 2 of Las Vegas Summer League.

This was more of a complete and balanced effort from the Wizards squad as the scoring came from all around... Read More


Sunday, July 15th - Wizards 78 - D-League Select Team 85

The Wizards made a late charge in the fourth quarter, but fell short in the end and dropped Sunday night's game to the NBA D-League Select Team, 85-78.

It appeared that fatigue set in on the Wizards in that second half, as this was the third consecutive game for this squad after a week filled with two-a-days... Read More


Tuesday, July 17th - Wizards 83 - Grizzlies 78

The Wizards evened their Summer League record at 2-2 with an 83-77 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies on Tuesday night in Las Vegas.

After a day off Monday, the team looked to have more energy and were constantly attacking the rim in this affair. The Wizards out-rebounded the Grizzlies 56-22 and had three separate players tally double-digit rebounds (Randolph 15, Vesely 12, Singleton 10)... Read More


Wednesday, July 18th - Wizards 78 - Bucks 75

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Down by 16 points in the second half, the Wizards fought their way back and knocked off the Milwaukee Bucks, 78-75, on Wednesday evening in Las Vegas. The win means that the Wizards finish their Summer League schedule with a winning record (3-2).

It was not the prettiest of first halves for the Wizards, as they trailed by 12 heading into the locker room. But, after some motivational words from Summer League Head Coach Sam Cassell, the Wizards responded with a much better effort in the second half, holding the Bucks to just 26 points... Read More