Game Day UtahPosted on January 14, 2013 by DJ-WizardsRadio
4:38 AM EST...Dave Johnson checking in....Another good practice yesterday here in Salt Lake City. The loss to the Clippers was not a step back. It was an intense game that had several ties and lead changes. The Wizards just ran out of gas against that has more talent to begin with. It seems hen games become difficult now, the Wizards are starting to show determination instead of dejection. Randy Wittman noted: “You hear guys talk now how hard it is to lose a game after winning,” said Wizards’ head coach Randy Wittman. “I think that breeds confidence in wanting to do it (win) more and more. We have three games left before the All-Star break and we have a real chance to make this a great trip. Shot-blocker Al Jefferson leads the Jazz in scoring at 18.5 points-per-game and is part of a front court with Paul Millsapp and NBA Rising Stars Challenge participant Gordon Hayward who was drafted 9th overall in the 2010 NBA Draft. Off the bench the Jazz bring three recent lottery picks with Derrick Favors (3rd in 2010), Enes Kanter (3rd in 2011) and Alec Burks (12th in 2011). We invite you to join the Blog party tonight. We start at 9:00 PM on the Washington Wizards Radio Network and 106.7 FM… Check out our list of affiliates… Yours truly and Glen Consor will be ready to connect with you as the game goes on. We start once we get set at the arena and then tip off 9:00 PM Wizards and Jazz .don’t forget listen live link http://www.nba.com/allaccess/watchListen.htmlListen to the Wizards Report with Dave Johnson for a preview of tonight's Wizards-Jazz game.
Last night, Nick Young was invited to be a guest at a traditional Pakistani wedding ceremony that was held at the Wizards team hotel in Phoenix. The Wizards arrived in Phoenix Saturday afternoon and Young was walking down the hallway when he was invited by both the bridal party (Latif) and the