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Washington Wizards Info

The Wizards are an NBA franchise that played geographic ping-pong in their early days. The franchise was established as the Chicago Packers in 1961 (renamed the Zephyrs the following season), moved to Baltimore in 1963, and the Washington metropolitan area in 1974 (first as the Capital Bullets, then the Washington Bullets, then the Wizards in 1997). The franchise has had plenty of star power in its history, from Hall of Famers Earl Monroe, Wes Unseld, and Elvin Hayes to Bernard King to the “Fab 5” duo of Chris Webber and Juwan Howard to Gilbert Arenas, and more recently, John Wall, Russell Westbrook, and Bradley Beal. The Wizards also saw Michael Jordan’s final years as a player while he was minority owner from 2001-03. Get your cheap Washington Wizards tickets on TickPick at the guaranteed best prices! You'll save 10% over our major competitor for the same seats because we have absolutely no service fees.

Where do the Washington Wizards play their home games?

The Washington Wizards play their home games at Capital One Arena.

Where will The Washington Wizards be playing?

The Washington Wizards are not currently playing.

How Many Championships Have the Washington Wizards Won?

The Wizards have appeared in four NBA Finals and won their lone championship in the 1977-1978 season, defeating the Seattle SuperSonics. Led by future Hall of Famers Earl Monroe and Wes Unseld, the then-Baltimore Bullets lost the 1970-71 Finals to the Milwaukee Bucks of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (then Lew Alcindor) and Oscar Robertson. Unseld would lead the Bullets to Finals appearances in the 1974-75 (losing to the Golden State Warriors), 1977-78, and 1978-79 (losing to Seattle) seasons.

Who are the Washington Wizards’ Biggest Rivals?

The Wizards (then the Bullets) met the Seattle SuperSonics in back-to-back NBA Finals in the 1977-78 and 1978-79 seasons, with the teams splitting the matchups. The Wizards also met the Cleveland Cavaliers in three straight playoffs (2006-06, 2006-07, 2007-08) losing to the LeBron James-led Cavs on each occasion.

Who is on the Washington Wizards Roster in 2021-22?

The Wizards shook up the offseason by trading Russell Westbrook to the Los Angeles Lakers in exchange for Kyle Kuzma, Montrezl Harrell, and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope. They will join a team led (for now) by All-NBA guard Bradley Beal, himself the subject of trade rumors. Beal, the former Lakers, and another newcomer, Spencer Dinwiddie, are the veteran leaders of a young Wizards team. Former first-round picks Rui Hachimura and Deni Avdija join this year’s top pick, former Gonzaga star Corey Kispert, as the team’s top young players. Daniel Gafford and Thomas Bryant provide an interior presence, while Davis Bertans provides shooting.

Who is the Head Coach for the Washington Wizards?

Wes Unseld Jr., the son of former Washington legend Wes Unseld, enters his first season as an NBA head coach. Unseld comes to the Wizards after six seasons as an assistant coach with the Denver Nuggets. Unseld, who was Denver’s lead assistant, helped turn the Nuggets into one of the league’s best defensive teams. He replaces Scott Brooks, who parted ways with the team after five seasons.

Are the Washington Wizards Requiring Fans to Be Vaccinated or Wear Masks This Season?

The Washington Wizards are not currently requiring proof of vaccination against COVID-19 to attend games this season at Capital One Area, but fans will be required to verbally respond to health survey questions. All fans over the age of 2 must wear a mask at all times, except while actively eating or drinking in their designated seat or suite. Fans sitting on the arena floor must wear masks at all times while in their seats with no exceptions.

Do Children Need Their Own Ticket for Washington Wizards Games?

All children 3 and over require a ticket to attend games at Capital One Arena.

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