Washington Wizards

The Washington Wizards are a professional basketball team based in Washington, D.C. previously known as Washington Bullets, the Wizards play in the American National Basketball Association. The Washington Wizards were founded in 1961and have won 7 Southeast Division titles between 1969 and 1979. The home of the Washington Wizards is the Verizon Center, which is nicknamed ‘The Phone Booth’. The Washington Wizards are managed by Ernie Grunfeld and coached by Flip Saunders. The last Hall of Famer to play for the Washington Wizards was Michael Jordan, who joined in 2001. Regularly updating their team logo, the Wizards have always played in blue, black and white colors.