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Washington Wizards History

Founded in 1961, the Washington Wizards franchise has called Chicago, Baltimore, Landover, Maryland. and Washington, D.C. home. Known earlier as the Packers, Zephyrs and Bullets, the franchise changed its name to the Wizards in 1997.

After earning two playoff appearances in their first five seasons in Baltimore, the team started a formidable run of postseason success starting in the 1968–69 season. Led by Hall of Famers Earl Monroe and Wes Unseld (and later Elvin Hayes), the Bullets went to the playoffs 12 seasons in a row, including four trips to the Finals and a championship in 1978. Behind an MVP performance from Unseld, Washington defeated Seattle in a decisive Game 7 to clinch the title. 

Five consecutive postseason appearances highlighted the Bullets’ 80s. The franchise bounced back in the early 2000s, built around the core of Gilbert Arenas, Antawn Jamison and Caron Butler. That trio led Washington to four straight playoff appearances from 2005–2008. Since then, the Wizards have qualified for the postseason five times behind All-Stars John Wall and Bradley Beal, the latter of which became one of six players in NBA history to average 30-plus points per game in back-to-back seasons.

Washington Wizards Team Info

Conference: Eastern
Division: Southeast
Year Founded: 1961
Team Colors: Navy Blue, Red, White
Team Rivals: Philadelphia 76ers, Atlanta Hawks, Toronto Raptors, Boston Celtics

Washington Wizards at Capital One Arena 

The Washington Wizards play at Capital One Arena, located in the heart of Washington, D.C.'s vibrant Chinatown neighborhood. Home to the Wizards and the NHL’s Washington Capitals, the recently renovated arena features new-age seating, sound systems, interactive fan experiences and more — not to mention the ever-growing list of innovative food and beverage options throughout the venue.

The arena opened in 1997 as the MCI Center (as it was known until 2006), and was renamed to Verizon Center in 2006. After a decade as the Verizon Center, the venue became Capital One Arena in 2017.


The Washington Wizards’ 2023–24 regular season kicks off in October at Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Indiana, when the Wizards face off against the Indiana Pacers. The Wizards host their home opener against the Memphis Grizzlies on October 28. The Wizards play their final game of the regular season at TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts against Eastern Conference rivals the Boston Celtics. Here’s a list of key games to keep an eye on: 

  • 10/25 @ Indiana Pacers
  • 10/28 vs. Memphis Grizzlies
  • 10/30 vs. Boston Celtics
  • 11/06 @ Philadelphia 76ers
  • 11/13 @ Toronto Raptors
  • 11/25 vs. Atlanta Hawks
  • 12/11 @ Philadelphia 76ers
  • 12/22 @ Golden State Warriors
  • 12/31 vs. Atlanta Hawks
  • 01/13 @ Atlanta Hawks
  • 02/10 vs. Philadelphia 76ers
  • 03/17 vs. Boston Celtics
  • 03/23 vs. Toronto Raptors
  • 04/07 @ Toronto Raptors
  • 04/14 @ Boston Celtics

Tickets for the 2023–24 regular season can be purchased on Ticketmaster, the Official Ticket Marketplace of the Washington Wizards.

Season ticket packages are available through the Washington Wizards’ DC 12 Club membership program. Fans can request season tickets here.

The Washington Wizards have made four appearances in the NBA Finals and won once in 1978.

All 30 teams will participate in the Group Play stage of the NBA In-Season Tournament. Here’s a list of the Washington Wizards’ Group East B matchups: 

  • 11/03 @ Miami HEAT
  • 11/10 vs. Charlotte Hornets
  • 11/17 vs. New York Knicks
  • 11/24 @ Milwaukee Bucks

The Washington Wizards play at the Capital One Arena in Washington, DC. The seating map for Capital One Arena can be viewed here.


Rating: 4.1 out of 5 based on 1454 reviews
  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Wizards, LeBron, Lakers

    by Marlon Greenday on 4/10/24Capital One Arena - Washington

    I had a great time watching the Wizards vs the Lakers. I was in the 7th row, which are great seats. The only thing that would've made the experience better would be if food and drink venders came down there.

  • Rating: 5 out of 5


    by DREDAY on 4/9/24Capital One Arena - Washington

    Great Show can't wait for next sprite concert series

  • Rating: 4 out of 5

    Nice evening at the game

    by Amsspl on 4/9/24Capital One Arena - Washington

    Cheap tickets. No lines. Good sights from the Seats. Not so good teams (at this moment). Would recommend it to everyone.

  • Rating: 5 out of 5


    by Lucylu on 4/8/24Capital One Arena - Washington

    I really enjoyed the game and to my surprise there was a concert afterwards! 2Chains and a GoGo band! Loved it!

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Washington Wizards Review

    by Trina on 4/8/24Capital One Arena - Washington

    My husband and I took our son to the Wizards game and it was a first time for all of us. It was an overall great experience. We will definitely be back!

  • Rating: 4 out of 5

    Amazing Time

    by Guest on 4/7/24Capital One Arena - Washington

    I purchased tickets for my son's birthday. I must say, the virtual view from the seats during my purchase were spot on. Our view was amazing and the game kept us engaged the entire time. The food in the arena was also top notch (Bun Papa). My only wish was that the seats were a little bigger/the space in-between the seats offered a little more room. That would allow you to comfortably eat if your neighbor isn't a part of your group. Or make the cup holders contract up to give a little more room between those of you that are together. All in all we'll definitely be back!!

  • Rating: 4 out of 5

    A good enough experience

    by SNL on 4/5/24Capital One Arena - Washington

    A good enough experience at Capitol One. Nothing overwhelming about the experience, but I think that the organization does the best that it can with the facility that they have. If you focus on the event, then it's fine. If you're looking for any other 'fan experience' extras, then you'll be disappointed.

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    The crew/staff in 113 is amazing!

    by Lisa M. on 4/1/24Capital One Arena - Washington

    Got a last minute ticket to see a Wizards game. I'm afraid of heights but I wanted to be close, so I got a seat in section 113, Row A. I told the crew/staff in section 113 (both at top and bottom of the stairs and the bottom to explain why a grown woman was so slow and had a death grip on the stair railing! This crew was amazing, encouraging, making eye contact with me, not rushing me. Tim was at the top and a sweet, sweet lady at the bottom, sorry that I didn't get her name. She saw when I almost missed a step - I swear she looked like she was ready to catch me! She was prepared, her eagle eyes were on the ready! It was a great experience all the way around. Game was great too!

  • Rating: 5 out of 5


    by Nunny on 3/30/24Capital One Arena - Washington

    Entertaining. Great finish to the game both teams , very intense last quarter.

  • Rating: 5 out of 5


    by Juan Técnico on 3/24/24Capital One Arena - Washington

    It was my first time going to Capital One. I wanted to give a gift to a friend. Everything turned out spectacular. Great show. I would only add that there is a lack of more gastronomic offer, if I compare it with the Madison Sq.G.