Archive: Wizards Report Card

Wizards Report Card: Nick Young

It seems appropriate to discuss Nick Young's season after his 23-point performance in last night's win over Charlotte because it offered a taste of what kind of talent the second-year guard has. Still, those nights have been too sporadic and his game too inconsistent to really have a read...


By Ivan Carter | March 26, 2009; 12:03 PM ET | Comments (48)

Wizards Report Card: Mike James

Mike James has been what Mike James is. That's about the best way I can summarize the season turned in by the journeyman guard, who arrived on Dec. 10 in that three-team trade that sent Antonio Daniels to New Orleans and brought Javaris Crittenton from Memphis for a conditional...


By Ivan Carter | March 24, 2009; 01:06 PM ET | Comments (32)

Wizards Report Card: Etan Thomas

Etan Thomas worked incredibly hard to get back into basketball condition after undergoing open heart surgery early last season but had his comeback cut short by a knee injury and has now essentially lost two seasons. He appeared in 26 games with seven starts and wound up averaging 3.1...


By Ivan Carter | March 17, 2009; 12:31 PM ET | Comments (77)

Wizards Report Card: Darius Songaila

In many ways, Songaila's season perfectly illustrates where the Wizards are as a team. The veteran forward is a solid NBA player, the kind of guy who could be a valuable 8th or 9th man on a good team. Instead, he's being asked to play more minutes and fill...


By Ivan Carter | March 13, 2009; 02:14 PM ET | Comments (35)

Wizards Report Card: Juan Dixon

Juan Dixon was a big part of the team's 110-99 win at Minnesota Monday night as the veteran guard played some critical fourth-quarter minutes and helped put the game away with two late buckets and three free throws. It was the kind of role Dixon fully expected for himself...


By Ivan Carter | March 11, 2009; 01:24 PM ET | Comments (25)


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