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Besides four NBA Finals appearances in the 1970s and winning the championship in 1978, the Washington Wizards haven’t had any major wins of late. That’s not to say the team hasn’t put on stellar performances over the years, especially with star players like Gilbert Arenas and John Wall gracing recent lineups.
During the franchise’s early years as the Washington Bullets, the team featured an iconic lineup with Hall of Famers like Earl Monroe, Elvin Hayes and Wes Unseld. The Wizards even took “the” Michael Jordan out of retirement for two brief seasons in the early 2000s.
Alongside John Wall, the Wizards’ current lineup consists of All-Star shooting guard Bradley Beal, who recently set a new career-high by scoring 53 points against the Chicago Bulls. Rui Hachimura is another notable name on the franchise’s current roster. Hachimura is the first Japanese-born player to participate in the Rising Stars game.
Fans who want to enjoy these All-Star players and rising stars in action can watch Washington Wizards games on NBC Sports Washington. The official MyTeams app from NBC Sports also provides live access to these games for those who prefer to stream the Washington Wizards. But note that regional and national blackouts still apply for both cable broadcasts and online live streams.
How to stream the Wizards
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|NBC Sports Washington||Choice||$80||✔||✔||Blue or Blue + Orange||✔|
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Upcoming Washington Wizards schedule
Date; Time (All game times in CDT); Opponent; Location
March 1; 8:30 p.m.; Golden State Warriors; Chase Center, San Francisco, CA
March 3; 10 p.m.; Sacramento Kings; Golden 1 Center, Sacramento, CA
March 4; 10 p.m.; Portland Trail Blazers; Moda Center, Portland, OR
March 6; 7 p.m.; Atlanta Hawks; Capital One Arena, Washington, DC
March 8; 7 p.m.; Miami Heat; Capital One Arena, Washington, DC
March 10; 7 p.m.; New York Knicks; Capital One Arena, Washington, DC
March 13; 7:30 p.m.; Boston Celtics; TD Garden, Boston, MA
March 15; 6 p.m.; Oklahoma City Thunder; Capital One Arena, Washington, DC
March 16; 7 p.m.; Philadelphia 76ers; Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA
March 18; 7:30 p.m.; Brooklyn Nets; Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY
March 20; 7:30 p.m.; Atlanta Hawks; State Farm Arena, Atlanta, GA
March 21; 8 p.m.; Milwaukee Bucks; Capital One Arena, Washington, DC
March 23; 7 p.m.; Boston Celtics; Capital One Arena, Washington, DC
March 25; 7 p.m.; Phoenix Suns; Capital One Arena, Washington, DC
March 27; 8:30 p.m.; Milwaukee Bucks; Fiserv Forum, Milwaukee, MI
March 28; 8 p.m.; Los Angeles Lakers; Capital One Arena, Washington, DC
April 1; 7 p.m.; New Orleans Pelicans; Capital One Arena, Washington, DC
April 3; 7 p.m.; Philadelphia 76ers; Capital One Arena, Washington, DC
April 5; 5 p.m.; Indiana Pacers; Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, IN
April 7; 7 p.m.; Toronto Raptors; Capital One Arena, Washington, DC
April 10; 8 p.m.; Houston Rockets; Toyota Center, Houston, TX
April 11; 7 p.m.; Charlotte Hornets; Spectrum Center, Charlotte, NC
April 13; 8 p.m.; New Orleans Pelicans; Smoothie King Center, New Orleans, LA
April 15; 7:30 p.m.; Indiana Pacers; Capital One Arena, Washington, DC