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Preview: Wizards battle the Raptors on Sunday evening
When: Sunday December 5 at 6 p.m. ET
Where: Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, Ontario
How to watch: NBC Sports Washington
Wizards: Rui Hachimura (Non-Injury Related, Out); Thomas Bryant (Knee, Out)
Wizards walloped by Cavaliers, and now the schedule gets tougher
Don't get sucked in by the garbage time rally that cut the final margin to 15 points. The Wizards got smoked by the Cleveland Cavaliers.
The Wizards' shooting woes come with a silver lining
There's no way to sugarcoat things. The 2021-22 Washington Wizards cannot shoot.
Preview: Wizards looks to bounce back against the Timberwolves after 4-game road trip
When: Wednesday, December 1 at 7:00 p.m. ET
Where: Capital One Arena, Washington, D.C.
How to watch: NBC Sports Washington
How to listen: The Team 980 AM, 106.7-2 FM
Wizards lose to yet another bad team. This time, the San Antonio Spurs.
Once again, the Washington Wizards squared off with one of the worst teams in the leagues. Once again, they got their teeth kicked in - this time with a 116-99 loss to the San Antonio Spurs.
20 games in, the Wizards are better than expected with room to improve
The Wizards went 3-2 since the last PPA update with a good win against the Miami Heat, a couple bad losses (to the Charlotte Hornets and New Orleans Pelicans), a close win over a terrible Oklahoma City Thunder, and a solid win against the Dallas Mavericks.
Will Rui Hachimura regain his starting spot when he returns to the Wizards?
After practicing this past week, Rui Hachimura will soon return to the Wizards. Will he still be a starter once he returns?
Preview: Wizards look to turn things around against Thunder
When: Friday, November 26 at 8:00 p.m. ET
Where: Paycom Center, Oklahoma City
How to watch: NBC Sports Washington
How to listen: The Team 980 AM, 106.7-2 FM
Five Wizards-related things I'm thankful for
On this week's Bleav in Wizards podcast, we listed a few of the Wizards-related things we are thankful for this year.
Wizards take a beating from the woeful Pelicans to open a four-game road trip
NEW ORLEANS - The Washington Wizards clearly needed a holiday.