The offseason cometh for Washington, and with it there have already been HUGE changes! Corban and Carthan are back to break it down in a special mini-series, with part one addressing the major decision by the Wizards front office to move on from Bradley Beal and Kristaps Porzingis. Part two and three will be coming soon and will address the draft and free agency, but for now, sit back and another great episode of Ethos Wizards!
https://stream.redcircle.com/episodes/31224ffd-970c-451f-97ed-73098fd14779/stream.mp3 Steven is joined by Corban Ford of the Roundball Ramble Pod and co-host of the SportsEthos Washington Wizards podcast to break down the Bradley Beal to Phoenix Suns trade. They discuss the ramifications…
With the WIzards being....well, the Wizards, Carthan and Corban teamed up to play a rousing game of buy or sell where they looked at the opposition in the Eastern Conference and guaged their chances for the championship/lottery against the Wizards chances against them!
On the latest SportsEthos Washington Wizards Podcast, Carthan and Corban discuss Washington's win over the Hornets, take stock on some of the early trades and why the Wizards may stand to benefit, and surmise if more moves are in store for Washington!
It is time, the Washington Wizards trade guide is here on the SportsEthos Wizards show! We start with a roster evaluation and then move to a spirited discussion on the team building dtrategy of the Wizards with even some Caron Butler talk! No stone was left untouched in this deep dive on a team that is committed to staying the course, results be danged!
Mailbag Time! Corban collected some great questions from our listeners and presented them to our Wizards expert Carthan for his fresh and unfiltered opinions! From the Wizards long term direction to whether it is too soon to already question Bradley Beal's contract, this was a very fun show and one you are sure to enjoy!
New Year, New Us, same great Wizards show! Carthan and Corban look back on the Wizards last stretch of games in the year 2022 and add some context to the wins and losses with some additional analysis. They also discuss some roster building philosphy, the hopes and dreams attached to Johnny Davis, and much more!
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.