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About Washington Wizards
The Washington Wizards, Washington D.C.’s resident NBA team are a part of the Southeast Division of NBA’s Eastern Conference a downtown D.C.’s Capital One Arena. The team has had their many wins and losses, but overall has maintained a steady stream of moderate success. Be in the mix of navy blue, red, and white at a game near you! Order your cheap Washington Wizards tickets today.
This team was established in 1961 with the original name the Chicago Packers. They went through a serious of team names including Chicago Zephyrs, Baltimore Bullets, Capital Bullets, and Washington Bullets before deciding on the Wizards. Their greatest success came from their one championship during the 1977-1978 season, when their roster featured the incredible players Wes Unseld and Elvin Hayes. On top of their NBA championship, the Wizards have had a total of 28 playoff appearances, four conference titles, and seven division titles. The team’s best season came in 1975 with a record of 60-22. Since then, the Wizards have been defined by three eras: the first being in 2001 when Michael Jordan came out of retirement and joined the team for his last three season. Following, Gilber Arenas joined the team and became an instant superstar after bringing the Wizards back to the playoffs. Most recent, the signing of point guard John Wall in 2010 made the Wizards a major championship contender in the East. Be sure to see the Wizards live and in action for an unforgettable experience! Get your cheap Wizards tickets here today!
Some of the Wizards’ biggest rivals include the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Chicago Bulls, and Miami Heat. Fans to these talents are loyal to their respect teams which adds to the intensity. And with players such as John Wall, Michael Jordan, and Jimmy Butler involved through the years, intense competition was bound to happen. Each of these teams have had their highs and their lows, but all proving to be top competitors, especially against one another.
Capital One Arena
The Capital One Arena opened in December 1997 and is located in Washington D.C. This venue is owned and operated by Monumental Sports & Entertainment. It holds an average of 220 events per year. This arena has hosted many significant events such as Mike Tyson’s final fight in June 2005 and the 2016 Kellogg’s Tour of Gymnastics Champions. The arena can seat up to 20,656 people. With an extensive number of seats to choose from, grab your tickets to catch a great game!
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