As we approach a quarter of this Wizards season, Carthan and Corban look at the Wizards personnel in a bit of a deeper dive to see what's working, what isn't, and how things can change for the better with the Wizards.
Corban and Carthan pair up to discuss Washington's break even start to the year, with some good, some bad, and some truly ugly...
The Wizards have been trending down over the last four seasons in large part due to injuries to their highest-paid player, John Wall. Here is an overview of their season so far from a fantasy perspective.
Bradley Beal was the biggest All-Star snub in recent memory, but there's plenty to like about Washington's future.
The Wizards continued to tweak their roster at its margins, accepting low risk and operating with an eye on the future.
Add another low-risk, moderate-reward deal to Washington's running list of recent moves.
Moe Wagner has been sneaky good for the Wizards so far, which makes his injury all the more disappointing.
With preseason mercifully upon us, we've picked one thing to keep an eye on as the exhibition games play out. We'll try to find meaning in certain areas for each team in the league.
Dwight Howard's opt-in wasn't surprising, but it's yet another hurdle for the Wizards