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NBA Mock Trade: Thunder Acquire Wizards’ Kristaps Porzingis

Sitting at 8-13 with a few quality wins under their belt, the Oklahoma City Thunder have already proven they’re on the up-and-up. But with no real path towards contention this season, General Manager Sam Presti is likely looking, at least one more time, towards the NBA Draft to improve the team. And for that reason, continuing to lean on young player development is the current strategy for OKC.
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Chase Hughes: Kristaps Porzingis is now questionable fo…

“This is just something that league executives are talking about and, frankly, the Brooklyn Nets’ front office has to seriously start considering,” Brian Windhorst said. “And that would be a potentially nuclear option of beginning a blow-up to this roster this season.”. 2 hours ago – via...
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NBA: Kristaps Porzingis, Bradley Beal lead Wizards over 76ers

Kristaps Porzingis had 30 points and nine rebounds, Bradley Beal added 29 points and the Wizards took advantage of Joel Embiid’s absence to beat the 76ers 121-111 in Philadelphia on Wednesday night. Kyle Kuzma added 18 points for Washington, which didn’t trail for the final three quarters and was...

NBA 2K22 MyTEAM: Kristaps Porzingis leads latest End Game Packs

As we near the end of Season 8 in NBA 2K22 MyTEAM, we're getting more End Game cards and this time Kristaps Porzingis has joined the group. The End Game cards are the best in the game, including the Invincible ones, so you'll want to have this card in your lineup.
Bullets Forever

2021-22 Wizards player evaluations: Kristaps Porzingis can put up numbers, but his chemistry with Beal will be even more essential next season

Kristaps Porzingis was traded to the Washington Wizards at the trade deadline from the Dallas Mavericks last February in exchange for Spencer Dinwiddie, Davis Bertans and a future second round draft pick. Today, we will review his season. Stats. Since Porzingis played most of the 2021-22 NBA season with the...

Kristaps Porzingis is ‘with the girl’ after impressive post-trade run with Wizards

Wizards star Kristaps Porzingis has his offseason priorities in order. The 7-foot-3 Latvian took to Instagram on Thursday to share cozy photos with girlfriend Laura Vizla at Casa Malca, a luxury hotel in Tulum. “Con la nena,” Porzingis wrote in his caption, which translates to “with the girl.” The photos appear to have been taken late last month as Vizla shared similar snaps on Instagram on March 31. The couple is pictured cozied up on a couch, while another photo shows the pair kissing in front of a piece of art by Lio Malca, a New York-based art collector and...
NBC Washington

Kristaps Porzingis Says He's at About 60 to 65 Percent of His Potential

Porzingis says he’s at about 60 to 65 percent of his potential originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington. For all the Wizards expected of and learned about their big trade deadline acquisition, there still remains so much unknown about what the future holds. Kristaps Porzingis played 17 games in...
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Kristaps Porzingis weighs in on Wizards' PG search

WASHINGTON -- When considering the current projected 2022-23 roster for the Wizards, in a hypothetical that includes Bradley Beal choosing to re-sign, one thing stands out to big man Kristaps Porzingis right away. "I would say that's a playoff team," he said. If Beal comes back, the Wizards would have...

Kristaps Porzingis Among Wizards Out Vs. Knicks on Friday Night

Kristaps Porzingis will not play for the Wizards on Friday night (knee maintenance). The big man has suited up in just 17 games since the February trade that brought him to Washington. Kyle Kuzma will miss the contest vs. the Knicks with left knee tendinitis. It’s possible that Kuzma’s season...
NBC Washington

Kristaps Porzingis Lauds Corey Kispert's Continued Development

Porzingis’ analysis of Kispert bodes well for Wizards’ future originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington. After Bradley Beal and Kyle Kuzma went down and it became increasingly likely the Wizards would miss the playoffs, developing their young talent became one of their priorities. So far, they’ve succeeded.