Gold Coast Tickets in now offering a wide variety of tickets to the Washington Wizards’ 2012-13 NBA season! Be a part of the home court advantage at the Verizon Center and experience the passionate atmosphere Washington fans bring. Watch Bradley Beal and John Wall as they attempt to bring Washington its first postseason since 2006. Beal and Wall are an explosive and highly anticipated duo. Make sure you don’t miss a thing this season by getting those Washington Wizards tickets today from your guy at Gold Coast Tickets! Last season, the Wizards finished 4th in the Southeast and 14th in the East, failing to qualify for the playoffs. The Wizards are anxious to bring their fans a postseason. It’s been 8 long years since their last appearance but this season looks different. The Wizards have plenty of potential in they rookie starter Bradley Beal and 2010 draft pick John Wall. It will certainly take Beal some time to develop into the player the Wizards need him to be but Wall is there to help him through it. Wall is by far the most talented player on Wizards’roster, which attracts a lot of attention from defenses. With Beal in the equation, the Wizards now have a much-needed scoring option when Wall is double or triple teamed. Besides Wall and Beal, center Emeka Okafor will be a powerful defender who delivers a force for Washington in the paint. Also, Nenê is now starting at power forward, providing the Wizards a big man to build around who is consistent and reliable. In the end, the Wizards team is drastically improved from last season and their playoff drought could be a thing of the past. Don’t wait and get your tickets today! The Washington Wizards are based in Washington, D.C. and play basketball in the Southeast Division and Eastern Conference of the NBA. The Wizards were founded as the Chicago Packers in 1961 and in two years they would move to Baltimore where they would change their name to the Bullets. As the Baltimore Bullets, they would go on to win 3 division titles and 1 conference title before becoming the Washington Bullets in 1974. The team would win their first and only NBA championship in 1978 with help from NBA greats Elvin Hayes and Wes Unseld. In 1997, they were renamed the Washington Wizards and are still looking for their second NBA championship. Become a part of history by getting your tickets to the Washington Wizards’ 2012-13 NBA season today!