- $35 for one ticket for upper-level center seating, plus a T-shirt (up to $56.95 total value)
- $28 for one ticket for upper-level end seating, plus a T-shirt (up to $48.75 total value)
- Available dates: Monday, December 21, at 7 p.m. (Sacramento Kings); Wednesday, December 23, at 7 p.m. (Memphis Grizzlies); Friday, January 1, at 7 p.m. (Orlando Magic)
- Upper-level center sections: 400–402, 415–419, 432, or 433
- Upper-level end sections: 403–414 or 420–431
- Click here to view the seating chart.
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The Scouting Report
A year ago, the Wizards got off to their best start in three decades, and they eventually rode that momentum all the way to a second straight appearance in the Eastern Conference semifinals. Though they haven’t been quite as hot to start this season, the Wizards still have the potential to be a force behind point guard John Wall. The 25-year-old assists machine has led the team to several key victories since the start of December, most notably over conference rivals Cleveland and Miami. They’ll try to keep rolling in the coming weeks, including against the Magic on New Year’s Day, when players can prove how serious they are about their resolutions to commit zero personal fouls in 2016.
Although the Washington Wizards have changed monikers four times since their founding—they’ve previously played under the banner of the Packers, Zephyrs, and Bullets, the latter of which took home the 1978 NBA World Championship—the franchise has conjured slam dunks in Washington for more than three decades. Several former players have been named among the league's 50 greatest, leaving a mark on the NBA as indelible as the fake beard superglued to Merlin's face. Today, throngs of up to 22,000 fans gather at the Verizon Center to cheer on the team swathed in their iconic red, white, and blue uniforms.