Tickets to the Washington Wizards

EventDateCity and Venue
NBA Preseason: New York Knicks vs. Washington Wizards Mon. October 8, 2018
New York, NY - Madison Square Garden

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About The Washington Wizards

We owe the phrase "it ain't over 'til the fat lady sings" to the Washington Wizards. In the 1978 NBA playoffs, the longshot Wizards, known then as the "Bullets," fell to the San Antonio Spurs in Game 1 of the opening round. Dan Cook, a sports journalist from San Antonio, warned fans that "the opera ain't over till the fat lady sings." The Wizards franchise used the saying as a rallying cry on their way to the 1978 NBA Finals. In the finals they defeated the Seattle SuperSonics in seven games to capture the franchise's first, and as of 2010, only championship.

The Wizards were founded in 1961 in Chicago. They moved to Baltimore in 1983 and then to Washington D.C. a decade a later. The team has gone through a number of nickname changes. They began play as the "Packers," then changed to the "Zephyrs," and then to "Bullets." Team Owner Abe Pollin announced in 1995 that he wanted to change the name "Bullets" because of the violent overtones associated with the word. A name-that-team contest was held from which "Wizards" was eventually chosen. The franchise officially changed its name to the Washington Wizards on May 15, 1997.

Washington Wizards tickets are sold to the Verizon Center which is located in the Chinatown neighborhood of D.C. Due to Verizon being a telecommunications company, the venue is sometimes called the "Phone Booth." The Wizards are aligned in Southeast Division of the Eastern Conference. Some of the franchise's all-time great players include Wes Unseld, Elvin Hayes, Earl "The Pearl" Monroe, and Walt Bellamy. Michael Jordan played for the Wizards from 2001 to 2003. The Wizards were awarded the 1st overall pick in the 2010 NBA Draft. They used it to select talented point guard John Wall.