The NBA Playoffs are always exciting but this year has had fans on the edge of their seats thanks to some game-winning buzzer beaters.
The Washington Wizards were an early surprise in the first half of the NBA season, with many analysts picking them to go deep into the playoffs. Now struggling, top officials are sinking the franchise’s hopes even lower after an awfully vain Black History Month photo full of struggle.
The recently christened “creative liaison” of Washington Wizards, Wale, already has major plans to improve the NBA organization’s aesthetics as the team continues to climb the ranks of the Eastern Conference.
John Wall led his Washington Wizards team to victory Monday (Dec. 8) night after a tense contest with the Boston Celtics that went into double overtime. However, it was Wall’s emotional post-game interview that drew the most attention.
Wale faced an awkward moment when he confronted two announcers for making fun of his career in comparison to Drake’s, and now he’s explaining why it needed to go down. Essentially, he’s not into people disrespecting the hard work he’s put in, but understands how his intentions could’ve been misconstrued.
Before Carmelo Anthony and the New York Knicks stepped on the court to give the Washington Wizards a 103-65 drumming Friday night, the star forward extended an invitation to the family of Trayvon Martin, who was tragically shot and killed by “Neighborhood volunteer” George Zimmerman. Trayvon’s family was in New York for an interview with CNN to speak […]