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San Antonio -7
Washington +7

Over 226 (-110)
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Community Picks: San Antonio 48% vs Washington 52%

San Antonio and Washington Thread

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Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich was ejected just 63 seconds into San Antonio's matchup with the Denver Nuggets on Wednesday. According to SportsNet, that was the fastest ejection for a coach in NBA history, beating the old record held by the Washington Wizards' Flip Saunders (106 seconds) in a game against the Boston Celtics on January 2, 2012. This is the second straight game in which Popovich has been tossed. Continue to Article
April 03, 2019 11:00:pm EST
The Washington Wizards got a few fans back in the arena this week after announcing it fired its president. The sales team with the Washington Wizards knew just how to boost ticket sales for the final week of the NBA season despite another year of disappointment. In at least two instances detailed by The Washington Post's Jacob Bogage, sales team representatives followed up with former ticket holders Tuesday after the team parted ways with president Ernie Grunfeld. Continue to Article
April 03, 2019 3:18:pm EST
On Sunday, Nikola Jokic and the Denver Nuggets were down two to the Washington Wizards with 3:47 left in the game, when Jokic lost it. He and Bobby Portis had been going at it all night, Jokic was frustrated with the calls he was not getting, and in the fourth Jokic wanted a foul call on his putback bucket. He didn't get it. Continue to Article
April 02, 2019 7:59:pm EST
The Washington Wizards are making big changes. The team has parted ways with long-time team president Ernie Grunfeld. In a statement, Wizards owner Ted Leonsis said the move was made because the team performance did not meet expectations. Continue to Article
April 02, 2019 2:31:pm EST
Wizards are saving good deal of money thanks to John Wall insurance policy, report says originally appeared on John Wall's rehab from a ruptured Achilles as he enters the first year of his supermax contract may not be quite as bad of a financial burden as it seems for the Washington Wizards. According to the Washington Post, the Wizards will recoup a good portion of his salary from this past season due to the fact he played fewer than 41 games, and they could bring back most of the $37.8 million he's due next season. That's because of an insurance policy that pays 80 percent of a player's salary if they remain on the sideline with the same injury for 41 games. Continue to Article
April 01, 2019 5:33:pm EST
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