Wizards Booed Off Court By Home Fans, Fall To 1-7 In Dwight Howard's Debut

When the Washington Wizards acquired Dwight Howard within the offseason, the idea was that he would possibly truly trigger additional disruption to a locker room that was already near falling aside. But because it seems, Dwight Howard’s debut may be the one optimistic takeaway from the Wizard’s disastrous 2018-2019 marketing campaign, up to now.

Dwight Howard’s long-awaited debut in opposition to the Oklahoma City Thunder did nothing to climate the storm. The complement increase of his 20 factors in 23 minutes could not compensate for the shortage of cohesion displayed by his teammates. The residence crowd in Washington may sense it as nicely; they lastly turned on their beloved Wizards, booing them intermittently over the course of the evening, together with a boo-filled sendoff as they exited the court docket with the 134-111 scoreline etched into the books.

In an try to point out a single thread of hope after seeing his workforce drop to 1-7, capturing guard Bradley Beal crammed the management void in a post-game interview. “I am not hitting the panic button. I am not hitting it, and I do not suppose we’re both as a workforce,” he

The Wizards face the Knicks tomorrow, on the danger of getting booed as soon as once more by their residence crowd.