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                   ***** Washington Wizards *****
 
                     From The Sports Network
 
 Team Founded:  1961-62
 Team History:  1961-62        - Chicago Packers
                1962-63        - Chicago Zephyrs
                1963-73        - Baltimore Bullets
                1973-74        - Capital Bullets
                1974-1997      - Washington Bullets
                1997-Present   - Washington Wizards
 
 Arena Address:
 Verizon Center
 7th and F streets
 Washington, D.C. 20004
 
 
 Opened: December 2, 1997
 First Official Game: December 2, 1997 a 95-78 victory over the Seattle
 Supersonics
 Arena Capacity: 20,600
 
 Owner:  Ted Leonsis
 President of Basketball Operations: Ernie Grunfeld
 Head Coach: Randy Wittman
 
                           Coaching History:
 
 Term               Coach                        Reg.Season      Playoff
 1961-62            Jim Pollard                   18-62
 1962-63            Jack McMahon                  12-26
                    (Replaced after 38 games in 1962-63 Season)
                    Bob Leonard                   13-29
 1963-64            Bob Leonard                   31-49
 1964-65            Buddy Jeannette               37-43            5- 5
 1965-66            Paul Seymour                  38-42            0- 3
 1966-67            Mike Farmer                    1- 8
                    (Replaced after 9 games in 1966-67 Season)
                    Buddy Jeannette                3-13
                    (Interim Head Coach for 16 games in 1966-67 Season)
                    Gene Shue                     16- 40
 1967-73            Gene Shue                    275-217          14-26
 1973-76            K.C. Jones                   155- 91          14-17
 1976-80            Dick Motta                   185-143          27-24
 1980-86            Gene Shue                    231-248           5-10
                    (Replaced after 69 games in the 1985-86 Season)
                    Kevin Loughery                 7-  6
 1986-88            Kevin Loughery                50- 59
                    (Replaced after 27 games in the 1987-88 Season)
                    Wes Unseld                    30- 25
 1988-94            Wes Unseld                   172-320          2- 3
 1994-97            Jim Lynam                     82-128
                    (Replaced after 44 games in the 1996-97 Season)
                    Bob Staak                      0-  1
                    (Interim head coach for 1 game during the 1996-97 Season)
                    Bernie Bickerstaff            22- 13          0- 3
 1999-2000          Gar Heard                     29- 53
 2000-2001          Leonard Hamilton              19- 63
 2001-2003          Doug Collins                  74- 90
 2003-2008          Eddie Jordan                 197-224          8-18
                    (Replaced after 11 games in the 2008-09 Season)
                    Ed Tapscott                   18- 53
                    (Interim coach for 71 games in 2008-09 Season)
 2009-2012          Flip Saunders                 51-130
                    (Replaced after 17 games in 2011-12 Season)
 2012-present       Randy Wittman                 91-122          6- 5
 
 Retired Numbers: (3)
 
 11 - Elvin Hayes
 25 - Gus Johnson
 41 - Wes Unseld
 
 Wizards in the Hall of Fame: (7)
 
 1987 - Wes Unseld
 1989 - Earl Monroe
 1989 - Elvin Hayes
 1997 - Bailey Howell
 2001 - Moses Malone
 2010 - Gus Johnson
 2013 - Bernard King
 
 POST-SEASON APPEARANCES:
 
 Championships: (1) 1978
 Division Titles: (7) 1969, '71, '72, '73, '74, '75, '79
 
 Most Valuable Player                   Rookie of the Year
 --------------------                   ------------------
 (Maurice Podoloff Trophy)              (Eddie Gotlieb Trophy)
 1969 - Wes Unseld (Baltimore)          1968 - Earl Monroe
                                        1969 - Wes Unseld
 
 
 Coach of the Year                      Executive of the Year
 -----------------                      ---------------------
 (Red Auerbach Trophy)
 1969 - Gene Shue (Baltimore)           1979 - Bob Ferry
 1982 - Gene Shue                       1982 - Bob Ferry
 
                           Yearly Records:
 
                        Reg. Season                Playoffs
 Year    Location      W   L   Pct.  Pos.  Div.    W   L   Pct.
 ----------------------------------------------------------------------
 1961-62 Chicago      18  62   .225  (5)   West
 1962-63 Chicago      25  55   .312  (5)   West
 1963-64 Baltimore    31  49   .388  (4)   West
 1964-65 Baltimore    37  43   .463  (3)   West    5   5   .500
 1965-66 Baltimore    38  42   .475  (3)   West    0   3   .000
 1966-67 Baltimore    20  61   .247  (5)   East
 1967-68 Baltimore    36  46   .439  (6)   East
 1968-69 Baltimore    57  25   .695  (1)   East    0   4   .000
 1969-70 Baltimore    50  32   .610  (3)   East    3   4   .429
 1970-71 Baltimore    42  40   .512  (1)   Cent    8  10   .444
 1971-72 Baltimore    38  44   .463  (1)   Cent    2   4   .333
 1972-73 Baltimore    52  30   .634  (1)   Cent    1   4   .200
 1973-74 Capital      47  35   .573  (1)   Cent    3   4   .429
 1974-75 Washington   60  22   .732  (1)   Cent    8   9   .471
 1975-76 Washington   48  34   .585  (2)   Cent    3   4   .429
 1976-77 Washington   48  34   .585  (2)   Cent    4   5   .444
 1977-78 Washington   44  38   .537  (2)   Cent   14   7   .667 NBA Champ
 1978-79 Washington   54  28   .659  (1)   Atl     9  10   .500
 1979-80 Washington   39  43   .476  (3)   Atl     0   2   .000
 1980-81 Washington   39  43   .476  (4)   Atl
 1981-82 Washington   43  39   .524  (4)   Atl     3   4   .429
 1982-83 Washington   42  40   .512  (5)   Atl
 1983-84 Washington   35  47   .427  (5)   Atl     1   3   .250
 1984-85 Washington   40  42   .488  (4)   Atl     1   3   .250
 1985-86 Washington   39  43   .476  (3)   Atl     2   3   .400
 1986-87 Washington   42  40   .512  (3)   Atl     0   3   .000
 1987-88 Washington   38  44   .463  (2)   Atl     2   3   .400
 1988-89 Washington   40  42   .488  (4)   Atl
 1989-90 Washington   31  51   .378  (4)   Atl
 1990-91 Washington   30  52   .366  (4)   Atl
 1991-92 Washington   25  57   .305  (6)   Atl
 1992-93 Washington   22  60   .268  (7)   Atl
 1993-94 Washington   24  58   .293  (7)   Atl
 1994-95 Washington   21  61   .256  (7)   Atl
 1995-96 Washington   39  43   .476  (4)   Atl
 1996-97 Washington   44  38   .537  (4)   Atl     0   3   .000
 1997-98 Washington   42  40   .512  (4)   Atl
 1998-99 Washington*  18  32   .360  (5)   Atl
 1999-00 Washington   29  53   .354  (7)   Atl
 2000-01 Washington   19  63   .232  (7)   Atl
 2001-02 Washington   37  45   .451  (5)   Atl
 2002-03 Washington   37  45   .451  (5t)  Atl
 2003-04 Washington   25  57   .305  (6)   Atl
 2004-05 Washington   45  37   .549  (2)   S/East  4   6   .400
 2005-06 Washington   42  40   .512  (2)   S/East  2   4   .333
 2006-07 Washington   41  41   .500  (2)   S/East  0   4   .000
 2007-08 Washington   43  49   .524  (2)   S/East  2   4   .333
 2008-09 Washington   19  63   .232  (5)   S/East
 2009-10 Washington   26  56   .317  (5)   S/East
 2010-11 Washington   23  59   .280  (5)   S/East
 2011-12 Washington*  20  46   .303  (4)   S/East
 2012-13 Washington   29  53   .354  (3)   S/East
 2013-14 Washington   44  38   .537  (2)   S/East  6   5   .545
 
 * - Strike shortended season
 
 Overall Regular Season Record:  1917 - 2370 (.447)
 Overall Post Season Record:       83 -  120 (.409)
 
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