— Zion Williamson and Brandon Ingram each scored a season-high 32 points and the New Orleans Pelicans beat the depleted Washington Wizards 124-106 on Wednesday night.
- 12/13L 119-114
- 12/17L 97-86
- 12/19W 99-96
- 12/23L 113-107
- 12/26L 130-120
- 12/27L 120-113
- 12/29L 115-107
- 12/31L 133-130
- 1/1W 130-109
- 1/3W 123-122
- 1/6L 141-136
- 1/8L 116-107
- 1/9L 128-124
- 1/11W 128-107
- 1/24L 121-101
- 1/26L 107-88
- 1/27L 124-106
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In addition to playing games that have already been postponed in the second half of the season, the NBA will also attempt to squeeze in more games where possible between now and the league's scheduled midseason break in early March.
Stephen A. and Max debate if LeBron is the man to beat for the NBA MVP, what is the best destination for Bradley Beal, and Curt Schilling not getting into the Hall of Fame.
An exchange of "basic basketball trash talk" between Houston's John Wall and Washington's Russell Westbrook led to double technical fouls in their first meeting since being traded for each other before training camps opened.
— John Wall scored 24 points in his first game against his former team, leading the Houston Rockets to a 107-88 victory over the Washington Wizards on Tuesday night.
No team in the NBA this season has had a longer win streak than the Jazz. But they're not the only red-hot West team heading into Week 6.
The Wizards and Russell Westbrook, back from their respective extended layoffs, fell to the Spurs on Sunday night.
— Patty Mills scored 21 points, Lonnie Walker IV added 16 and the San Antonio Spurs used their depth to beat Washington 121-101 on Sunday night in the Wizards' first game in two weeks.
Wizards guard Russell Westbrook started Sunday's game against the Spurs after being out with a quadriceps injury.
The short-handed Wizards signed free-agent centers Alex Len and Jordan Bell on Saturday, trying to fill out a roster decimated by COVID-19 and injuries.
Bart and Hahn discuss new Jets coach Robert Saleh meeting the NY media today and the Wizards continuing to miss games due to COVID.
Brian Windhorst, Ohm Youngmisuk and Tim MacMahon discuss an apparent change in chemistry for the Clippers, potential landing spots for Bradley Beal should he become available, as well as some teams who could look to make big roster moves this season. Plus, the amazing Lou Dort.
The NBA said on Wednesday night that Friday's game between the Wizards and Bucks has been postponed because of the league's health and safety protocols.
With only eight players available, the Wizards' Bradley Beal said the team is "fighting the league" on playing Friday's game against the Bucks.
The Wizards have been cleared to resume practicing. The team hasn't played since Jan. 11 because of a coronavirus outbreak within the team.
Despite reeling with six remaining healthy players, the Wizards are hopeful they can resume practicing as soon as Wednesday -- nine days after the franchise's last game amid a coronavirus outbreak within the team, sources told ESPN.
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