- $35 for one ticket for seating in upper-level center sections 400–402, 415–419, 432, or 433, plus a T-shirt (up to $56 total value)
- $28 for one ticket for seating in upper-level end sections 403–414 or 420–431, plus a T-shirt (up to $45.70 total value)
- Available dates: Monday, March 14, at 8 p.m. (Pistons); Wednesday, March 16, at 7 p.m. (Bulls); Friday, March 25, at 7 p.m. (Timberwolves)
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The Scouting Report
As the regular season barrels toward the finish line, the Wizards find themselves within striking distance of a third straight trip to the playoffs. Of course, any team should be considered dangerous when it puts John Wall on the court. Already a three-time All-Star, the 25-year-old point guard has raised his game to another level this season. Besides leading the conference in double-doubles, he’s one of only two players in the NBA to average 19 points, nine assists, four rebounds, and two steals per game. In the coming weeks, Wall will lead the Wizards into several key matchups at the Verizon Center, including against the Pistons on March 14 and the Bulls on March 16—two teams that are also battling for the conference’s remaining playoff spots.
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 more than to 20,000 fans gather at the Capital One Arena to cheer on the team swathed in their iconic red, white, and blue uniforms.