CHICAGO, IL - APRIL 17: Head coach Randy Wittman of the Washington Wizards complains to a referee during a game against the Chicago Bulls at the United Center on April 17, 2013 in Chicago, Illinois.
Now, we’ve got to continue to work and develop players and we will continue to do that. It’s going to be important for those guys to show me who is going to jump up and go from being here [down low] and who is going to be here [up high].More quotes »
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Wizards’ Jan Vesely seeks to regain confidence this summer
that led the Wizards to take him sixth overall in 2011 . When asked what Vesely needed to focus on this offseason, Coach Randy Wittman didn’t hesitate to mention that the 6-foot-11 big man had to worry about more than developing a consistent jump shot. “He from The Washington Post Read more »
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didn’t lead even for a second in the first half of the 1981 national championship against North Carolina. But it was Randy Wittman’s shot from the corner that gave the Hoosiers a one-point lead that it wouldn’t relinquish in a 63-50 win at the Spectrum in from Indianapolis Star Read more »
What does Flip Saunders's new role in Minnesota mean for Washington?
another run with the Jamison-Arenas-Butler core. Yada #fingagunz yada RIP Abe Pollin yada, Saunders was also let go, and Randy Wittman was made the head coach. With Wittman at the helm and a few more vets on the roster, the Wizards are starting to develop from Bullets Forever Read more »
Did Randy Wittman's tears inspire Washington's defensive play?
to Michael Lee, Randy Wittman cried after the Wizards' twelfth loss of the season, inspiring Martell Webster to buy in to the system. Martell Webster said Randy Wittman cried in locker room after #wizards lost 12th game. MW immediately bought in after seeing from Bullets Forever Read more »
Wizards’ finale nearly mirrored season
and Trevor Ariza – were all on the bench, along with rookie guard Bradley Beal and Martell Webster, nursing injuries. Coach Randy Wittman started Wall, Booker, Kevin Seraphin, Garrett Temple and Cartier Martin, but that unit surrendered the first 10 points from The Washington Post Read more »