For 23 seasons, the Wizards went by the name the Washington Bullets. While they were the Bullets, the team took the NBA crown
in 1978. It was the one and old time when the team won it all. Leading up to that, the Bullets made the finals twice, and made the
playoffs for nine seasons in a row. This season, the Wizards sent the Raptors home four games to zero. They hope to keep moving to the
The Wizards made the 2014-2015 NBA playoffs! The team has been hot these past two seasons, a big change
from the 2012 season where the team struggled to win two dozen games for the entire year. Grab your Wizards tickets
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The Washington Wizards had an average 2015-2016 season. They finished the season with a dead level record of 41-41, three games out of the 8th seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs. During the offseason, they fired Randy Wittman and hired Scott Brooks as their head coach. Other than that, they had a very quiet offseason. They did not have a first round draft choice either due to the Markieff Morris trade. So far this season the Wizards are 19-18, good for the seventh seed in the Eastern Conference, so they are getting better. However, many pundits are asking if they have the right collection of players to get all the way back into serious contention for the first time since the Gilbert Arenas era.