Boston Celtics vs. Washington Wizards

TD Garden | 12:00AM Boston, MATickets


Washington Wizards vs. Oklahoma City Thunder

Capital One Arena | 12:00AM Washington, DCTickets


Philadelphia 76ers vs. Washington Wizards

Wells Fargo Center – PA | 12:00AM Philadelphia, PATickets


Brooklyn Nets vs. Washington Wizards

Barclays Center | 12:00AM Brooklyn, NYTickets


Atlanta Hawks vs. Washington Wizards

State Farm Arena – GA | 12:00AM Atlanta, GATickets


Washington Wizards vs. Milwaukee Bucks

Capital One Arena | 12:00AM Washington, DCTickets


Washington Wizards vs. Boston Celtics

Capital One Arena | 12:00AM Washington, DCTickets


Washington Wizards vs. Phoenix Suns

Capital One Arena | 12:00AM Washington, DCTickets


Milwaukee Bucks vs. Washington Wizards

Fiserv Forum | 12:00AM Milwaukee, WITickets


Washington Wizards vs. Los Angeles Lakers

Capital One Arena | 12:00AM Washington, DCTickets


Washington Wizards vs. New Orleans Pelicans

Capital One Arena | 12:00AM Washington, DCTickets


Washington Wizards vs. Philadelphia 76ers

Capital One Arena | 12:00AM Washington, DCTickets


Indiana Pacers vs. Washington Wizards

Bankers Life Fieldhouse | 12:00AM Indianapolis, INTickets


Washington Wizards vs. Toronto Raptors

Capital One Arena | 12:00AM Washington, DCTickets


Houston Rockets vs. Washington Wizards

Toyota Center – TX | 12:00AM Houston, TXTickets


Charlotte Hornets vs. Washington Wizards

Spectrum Center | 12:00AM Charlotte, NCTickets


New Orleans Pelicans vs. Washington Wizards

Smoothie King Center | 12:00AM New Orleans, LATickets


Washington Wizards vs. Indiana Pacers

Capital One Arena | 12:00AM Washington, DCTickets

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The NBA Washington Wizards play in the Eastern Conference’s Southeast Division as part of the National Basketball Association. The Wizards are based out of Washington, D.C. and play at Verizon Center. In 1962, the team was formed and called the Chicago Zephyrs but moved in 1963 to Baltimore Maryland where they were named the Baltimore Bullets.

In 1967, the Bullets drafted Earl Monroe and in 1968 Wes Unseld. In 1968-69, the Bullets won 57 games, but lost the first round of the playoffs to the New York Knicks. In 1969-70, the Knicks once again defeated the Bullets in the first round of the playoffs. In 1970-71, the Bullets defeated the Knicks this time at the Eastern Conference Finals. They were defeated in the NBA Finals by the Milwaukee Bucks, who were led by Oscar Robertson and Lew Alcindor (Kareem Abdul Jabbar).

The team became known as the Capital Bullets in 1973 after moving to Landover, Maryland and then the following season were renamed the Washington Bullets. In 1974-75, the Bullets went 60-22 but were upset in the NBA Finals by the Golden State Warriors led by Rick Barry. In 1977-78, led by Wes Unseld and Elvin Hayes, the Bullets defeated the Seattle SuperSonics to win the NBA Championship. In 1978-79, the Bullets returned to the finals against the Seattle SuperSonics once again, but this time Seattle prevailed.

In 1984-85, the Bullets went 42-40. It was the last winning season for Washington until 1996-97. In 1996-97, led by Chris Webber and Juwan Howard, the Bullets went 44-38 and finally made it back to the playoffs. In the first round, they were swept by the Chicago Bulls

In 1997, the name of the team was changed to the Washington Wizards. In 1999, Michael Jordan retired from basketball. In January 2000, he became President of Basketball Operations for the Washington Wizards and a minority owner. Jordan, at the age of 38 in September 2001, came back from retirement and played for the Wizards. Jordan returned to play the 2002-03 season. However, following the season Michael Jordan was fired by Abe Pollin, the majority owner, as team president.