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The Washington Wizards are a championship winning franchise in the NBA. The Wizards play in the Eastern Conference and are members of the South East Division. The team has been known by many names which kept changing as they relocated to different cities. They were originally formed as the Chicago Packers in 1961. In 1963 they moved to Baltimore where they changed their name to the Baltimore Bullets. After spending ten years in Baltimore, the team had to move again. They became known as the Capital Bullets in 1973, when they moved to Washington. In 1997 they adopted their current name of the Washington Wizards. Get Washington Wizards Houston tickets and watch the team play live.
The Washington Wizards have a rich legacy with many noticeable players having donned the red, white and blue jersey. Wes Unseld and Elvin Hayes are two Basketball Hall of Famers who played a pivotal role in the success of the Wizards during the 70s. Michael Jordan, the five time NBA Most Valuable Player and six time Finals MVP, also played for the Wizards from 2001 – 2003, after making his second comeback to the NBA. The Wizards have won many titles to show their success in the NBA. They have won six division titles. All of the titles came between 1971 and 1979, a time when they were one of the best teams in the league. This includes five consecutive titles from 1971 to 19795. The Wizards also won four conference titles in the seventies.
Apart from their 1978 season, they lost in the NBA Finals after winning the Conference Finals. In 1978 they overcame the final hurdle and defeated the Super Sonics to win their first ever NBA Championship. Get Washington Wizards Houston tickets and watch the Wizards as they square off against the Houston Rockets.
Randy Wittman is the Head Coach of the Wizards. He has previously coached the Cavaliers and the Timberwolves. Fans will be hoping to see the experienced Wittman take the Wizards to more success after his performance last season, when he registered the first winning season for the team since 2009.