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With Road Run Over, Wizards Look for Success at Home

December 28, 2013

The Wizards are a better defensive team than they showed Friday in Minnesota. After a slow start, the Timberwolves were more aggressive and seized control of the game with a 39-point second quarter. The Wizards could never wrestle control back in a 120-98 loss.

John Wall's strong start is not enough. LISTEN:



Wall finished with 26 points and continues to shoot well. Still it's important for Wall and the Wizards to resist the temptation to settle for jump shots.

Tonight the challenge is the Pistons with Greg Monroe, Andre Drummond, and Josh Smith on the front line and Brandon Jennings stirring things up in the backcourt. The Pistons are  the best offensive rebounding team in the NBA and like Friday in Minnesota the challenge will be to limit second-chance opportunities.

Last time against the Pistons. LISTEN:



Busy day ahead. We start with All Access at 6:00 on 106.7 FM including an exclusive interview with John Wall and a fun interview with Stan Love. Drafted by the Baltimore Bullets in 1971, Stan Love is the father of Kevin Love and he shares some great memories of the Bullets.

For game coverage we are on 106.7 FM, 1500 AM, 820 AM. We invite you also to check out the Washington Wizards Radio Network. Our coverage starts tonight at 6:45.

Maryland

WWFD 820 AM Fredrick, Md.  

WJDY 1470 AM Salisbury, Md 

WTHU 1450 AM  Thurmont, Maryland  

North Carolina

WNOS 1450 AM and 105.9 FM New Bern, North Carolina  


Virginia

WHAP 1340 AM Hopewell, Virginia  

WBRG 1050 AM and 104.5 FM Lynchburg, Virginia 

WRNL 910 AM Richmond, Virginia  

West Virginia
WRNR 740 AM and 106.5 FM


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