Over a span of approximately 200 nights between the months of October and April, we spend 41 of them on the cross streets of F and 9th in downtown Washington, DC to bring home to you Wizards fans paramount basketball coverage from a more subjective angle. As bloggers who have been blissfully granted season credentials (thank you Wizards PR), we readily take the liberty of offering our experiences from each and every game we attend and thusly, we are happy to present a new featured post jam-packed with sights and sounds from the Verizon Center by way of our camera lenses and Vine accounts.
They’ve improved a lot about the in game experience, the intro tunnel is a much improved sight as well
I know you don’t need proof but Garrett Temple doesn’t care if the lights are on or not, he’s out there shooting.
The stars aligned for Wall to have a great game. 1. ESPN, 2. Mom sitting courtside, 3. Coach Cal in the building, 4. David Falk appearance
Kevin Seraphin and Paul Pierce in a contest of bounce pass windmill dunks. Two enter, one leaves.
This group of fans gets in position when the gates open to get an autograph from their favorite point gawd, John Wall.
So I guess David Falk has one friend on the Wizards roster.
Seriously though, two dollars for a cup of cheese is absurd.
Can’t have a Wizards game without the Wizard Girls.
Martell Webster showing he’s still got that stroke.
The Washington Wizards according to ESPN from 2004-2014. Take a second to soak up all those years Wizards fans and realize just how long it’s been since you could be this excited about a team in DC.
Paul Pierce reminded the fans and the Pacers he’s still got some juice in those legs.
The Truth didn’t have a good night shooting the ball but it didn’t stop him from trying to win the game for the Wizards during #closingtime.
These boys didn’t get a chance to watch the end of the game and security did a pretty good job to put out what could have been a far worse incident. Not pictured is a sucker punch that happened shortly after, but hey that’s none of our business.
And this is what they missed.
DC is John Wall’s town right now and if this is the type of play he’s going to bring nightly then Wizards fans need to embrace it, support it and show up to watch it. Wall alone is worth price of admission.