In March, Meeks is shooting 43.9 percent from the three-point arc ¡ª his best average of any month this season.

The team's commitment to Sessions indicates that Wall could be out for a bit longer than expected.

Washington doesn't look playoff-ready yet, but the players know they need to get there ¡ª and fast.

Beal paces Washington with 34 points on a long second night of back-to-back set.

Timberwolves center torches Washington for 37 in 116-111 Minnesota win in Chinatown.

The backup center can expect to make more of an impact Tuesday night against Timberwolves all-star Karl-Anthony Towns.

The five-on-zero session marks Wall's first time working on-court with teammates since undergoing surgery on Jan. 31.

The standings are changing nearly daily, and Washington needs to capitalize on opportunities.

On second night of back-to-back, visitors come out flat and starters watch 129-102 blowout from the bench during second half.

Oubre presented scholarships to students at his father's high school alma mater, and then his family showed up in full force to the Wizards' game Friday.

With Anthony Davis out due to an ankle issue, Washington snaps New Orleans¡¯s 10-game win streak with a 116-97 victory.

Not coincidentally, Beal and Davis were recently tied for the league-lead in minutes per game.

The Wizards forward looks to his father for stability during times of adversity.

March 14 is the first potential date John Wall could return, according to the team's original timeline, and he appears to be progressing.

A Tuesday morning team meeting with league officials regarding on-court conduct with referees produced little progress, at least according to the Wizards forward.

Three-game skid comes to an end as Bradley Beal scores 30 points in 117-113 win.

Since John Wall's injury, Bradley Beal is averaging 37.9 minutes per game ¡ª tied for most in the NBA.

The former Bullet is in his 18th year as an ESPN analyst and is now eyeing a Division I coaching career.

Beal misses several late opportunities in Washington¡¯s 98-95 loss to Indiana.

Wizards point guard could be cut loose Sunday, but that doesn¡¯t change how he goes about his business.

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