Thanks in no small part to John Wall and Bradley Beal, the Washington Wizards are one of the most exciting teams in the league this season — and with some help from fans like you, they just might make it to the NBA Finals this summer! Here's the good news: great tickets are available for every game of the season, so you can do your part in getting the team their first championship since they were called the Bullets. The bad news? With a team this exciting, there's just no telling how long the best sets will last!
So if you want to help make this the best season since 1978, then you can't afford to wait. Check the schedule below to learn about seating availability at upcoming games, and get your Washington Wizards Tickets from BigStub today. Because if you don't, some other Capital city basketball fan will — and you'll miss out on the funnest season in years!
Founded in Chicago in 1961 as the Packers in a nod to the city's historic meatpacking industry, the Washington Wizards saw their greatest success in the 1970s, after they'd moved to the Capital area and renamed themselves the Bullets. Division titles in every year from 1971 to 1975 culminated in the team's all-time best record, 60-22, and a 1978 championship led by career Bullet and eventual Hall of Famer Wes Unseld. Since then, things have gotten a lot quieter for the franchise — until now, that is!
Though their only championship to date came back in the American Basketball Association, the Washington Wizards are ready to take the NBA by storm this season — and they want you to be there for the fun! Lucky for you, you've come to BigStub, the web's premier resource for great tickets at affordable prices — so whether you're looking to shoot the works on the best seats at the Verizon Center, or you're looking to save some bucks while helping your team win big, we've got you covered. Explore our website to learn more about the amazing concerts, sporting events, theater performances, and special shows coming at you in 2020 — just grab your Washington Wizards Tickets first!