High schoolers Bronny James, Zaire Wade have more national TV games than many NBA teams




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  • 2019-11-22 21:54:49Z
  • By NBC Sports
 

The Wizards are entertaining in their own special way.

Washington games have averaged 241 points this season (120 for the Wizards, 121 for their opponents). That's the highest mark in nearly two decades. The 1990-91 Nuggets scored 120 while allowing 131 points per game.

But Washington rarely gets nationally televised games.

On the other hand, Sierra Canyon School - which features Bronny James (son of LeBron James) and Zaire Wade (son of Dwyane Wade) - will have plenty of nationally televised games. That drew the attention of at least one Wizard.

Isaiah Thomas:


Of course, the Wizards aren't alone in getting less national exposure than Bronny and Zaire. On the latest, "Off the Dribble," Jacques Slade gets into all the NBA teams and stars on national television less often than Sierra Canyon. (For more, watch the video above where Slade also gets into Carmelo Anthony's Blazers debut.)

The good news: Wizards games can still be found on NBC Sports Washington.

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