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  • Wizards’ Wall Is Among USA Basketball Cuts From National Team

  • Washington Wizards Might Be Facing the End of a Great Ride in NBA Playoffs

    May 12 (Washington Post) -- We have been there from the start, have watched them grow and are eager to see what happens next. The Washington Wizards have our attention. And even if the Wizards played their final home game of the season Sunday night in a 95-92 loss to the Indiana Pacers, what a season it was. Of course, the Wizards have at least one more game. They will face the Pacers on Tuesday night in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference semifinals on the Pacers' home turf. "We know what we have to do," Wizards Coach Randy Wittman gamely said after Game 5. "We've played them four times. There aren't any secrets. . . . Three of the four games have been dogfights. We're in the fight. Now we've just got to win that fight." The reality is, though, that by rallying from a 19-point second-half deficit, the Pacers may have turned out the lights at Verizon Center. In NBA playoff history, only eight teams have

  • Marex Hires Former UBS Investment Banker John Wall as CEO

    Marex Spectron Group, a closely held commodities broker, hired John Wall, a former global head of investment banking at UBS AG, as chief executive officer to expand its American and Asia Pacific operations.

  • Wizards’ Wall Said to Get 5-Year, $80 Million Deal, ESPN Reports

    John Wall is discussing a five-year contract extension worth $80 million with the Washington Wizards, ESPN reported, citing people familiar with the negotiations.

  • Washington Wizards Take Point Guard John Wall With First Pick in NBA Draft

    Point guard John Wall, the No. 1 pick by the Washington Wizards in the National Basketball Association draft, was among five University of Kentucky players taken in the first round to set a record.

  • Wizards Win NBA Lottery for Top Pick in June Draft; Nets Get Third Choice

    After a season that saw the death of longtime owner Abe Pollin and a gun conviction for leading scorer Gilbert Arenas , the Washington Wizards hit the lottery.

  • UBS Names Grounds, Warshaw to Head Investment-Bank Unit Alongside Neissa

    UBS AG , Switzerland’s biggest bank, named Matthew Grounds and Simon Warshaw joint global heads of its investment banking division after John Wall retired.

  • Arenas Apologizes After Being Fined By Wizards for Faking Injured Knee

    By Mike Wise Oct. 13 (Washington Post) -- "I screwed up again." - Gilbert Arenas, after admitting he lied to his coach. Succinct. Pointed. Really, of all the epitaphs I've ever considered, "I screwed up again" pretty much says it all. What, you wanted him to be the morose, bearded, sullen guy who showed up at media day like Joaquin Phoenix once showed up on David Letterman? How depressing. You honestly thought the man was going to go an entire season being a model employee? You believed Mr. Mischief would not put his foot in his mouth about something before April? Ha. He couldn't even get out of the pre-season without incurring people's wrath, without being judged and told to leave Washington for a fresh start. Look, I'm not here to endorse Arenas lying to Flip Saunders about an injury so his teammate, Nick Young, could play in a meaningless exhibition game Tuesday night.

  • Cleveland Cavaliers Take Duke’s Kyrie Irving With No. 1 NBA Draft Pick

    The Cleveland Cavaliers took Duke University’s Kyrie Irving with the top pick in the National Basketball Association draft as they seek to rebuild a team that had a 19-63 record last season after losing LeBron James.

  • NBA Wizards Top Knicks 106-96, Nets Rally to Beat Pistons 93-90

    John Wall scored 21 points to lead the Washington Wizards to a 106-96 National Basketball Association victory against the New York Knicks.

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