NBA 2019: Washington Wizards

One of the catchphrases of the NBA season now at the door could easily carry the title "save the soldier Bradley".  Before starting the preview of the Washington Wizards 2019/20, let's take a brief summary of what happened last year.  Last season was a bad start for the Washington franchise, which had a 0-6 record after 6 matches.  

Then came Dwight Howard's back injury to complicate matters, however, the worst news had not yet arrived.  On December 30, with the eleventh Washington franchise in the Eastern Conference with 14 wins and 23 defeats, the starting point guard, John Wall, was injured at the Achilles tendon.  The first diagnosis says 8 months of stop, but they will become 12 shortly after due to a slip in one's home that aggravates the conditions.

For the boys of coach Scott Brooks is the end, not only of the run-up to the playoffs of last season, but they are forced to rebuild.  The problem is that Wall has a mega contract worth 170 million dollars over 4 years.  This blocked the Wizards summer market, which failed to re-sign important players like Tomas Satoransky, Jeff Green, Bobby Portis, Trevor Ariza and Jabari Parker. 

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