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The Washington Wizards team started on the early 1970’s. Sources say that the team was originally named the Washington Bullets. In 1997-98 season, the Wizards improved their record to 42-40 and that was with the help of no other than Chris Webber. In his professional career as a wizard, he began collecting awards. He was earlier known as the NBA Rookie of the Year. In basketball field he was usually called as the Chris Webb or C-Webb that is now a retired professional basketball player. In addition to that he was the only player acknowledged as the NBA All-Star five times.
He then became the player of Washington Bullets then 3 years after renamed as Washington Wizards where he played again with his friend and Juwan Howard who is his college teammate before. But in 1995 to 1996 seasons he got injured that enables him to play for only 15 games. But in 1997 seasons he recovered all what he missed until being recognized as his first All-Star team. He led the scoring of Washington Bullets for almost nine years and settled himself as the power forward but at that time Washington had decline their aggressiveness and performance. By 1994 he was being traded to Sacramento Kings despite of the facts that he did not want to because for him Sacramento team was not as successful as compared to other teams.
Another player of Washington Wizards isEtan Thomas who enjoyed playing basketball during his college life. Sources say that even though he was not so exposed in for the Mavericks he was being traded to Washington Wizards in year 2001. But then he was able to give a team a score of 5.3 rebounds and points of 6.7 points all the way through his career.