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Washington Wizards Details

Renamed the Washington Wizards in 1997, the team has been a consistently above average NBA squad, which is no small feat given how competitive the league is. Washington has seen some wildly entertaining players on their roster over the years, as the team looks to add to its trophy case, while sporting some incredibly unique history.

Perhaps the most unexpected piece of Washington Wizards history was the fact that the Wizards were the team with which Michael Jordan finished his career. After Jordan spent so much of his time in the NBA with the Chicago Bulls, Jordan decided to come back to basketball after retiring for the second time. That time, the Bulls didn't take him back, and he went to Washington to wind down his career.

Since then, though, the Wizards have enjoyed a sustained run of success from 2004 until the late 2010s. The team relied on Gilbert Arenas, the enigmatic scoring machine, to bring them to the playoffs for several seasons before they reset things and brought in John Wall and Bradley Beal. Wall and Beal during their time with the Wizards have been described as a great modern guard combo, as Wall is great at getting to the rim, where he can set up the sharp shooting Beal for opportunities behind the three point line.

As far as rivalries go, the Wizards had a strong rivalry going with the Cleveland Cavaliers during the Arenas era. Arenas' brash, scorer's mentality was the perfect foil for LeBron James' unselfish star ethos. The two made perfect competitors because of those differences, with playoff games between the two teams often going down to the wire and often seeing those two players taking the final shots in those close contests. With James being a young player during these meetings, the matchups with Arenas could have prepared him for future battles in crunch time.

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When do Wizards playoff tickets go on sale?

NBA playoff tickets typically go on sale in April. To get alerts on Wizards playoff tickets, make sure to sign up for a SeatGeek account.

Washington Wizards schedule

Each year, the NBA schedule is announced in the middle of August ahead of the season. While that announcement covers the exact dates of the games during that season, the general idea behind the NBA schedule is that the Wizards will play 82 regular season games from October to April. During that time, if the team's performance puts them high enough in the standings, they are able to participate in the playoffs, which take place from April to June. With the NBA Finals in June, every team hopes to be playing that late into the season.

How much do Wizards tickets cost?

Washington Wizards tickets cost an average of $67. Their prices can be above or below that average, though, depending on which section fans look to purchase seats in.

When do the Wizards play the Cavaliers?

Matchups between Cleveland and Washington still elicit memories of the battles between Gilbert Arenas or John Wall for the Wizards and LeBron James for the Cavaliers. These matchups take place multiple times per year, as the Cavs and Wizards lock horns as Eastern Conference foes.

Washington Wizards Top Matchups

The Washington Wizards have a number of exciting matchups this season, see below for their top rivalries.