The Wizards have the next two days off before their next set of games, beginning on Friday at the Minnesota Timberwolves, but Nene, Bradley Beal and Martell Webster have to tend to aches and pains.
Even before they became professionals, John Wall and teammates rarely received gifts from family and friends. Wall will settle for a team good enough to be showcased by the NBA on its biggest day.
A sore right knee kept Kevin Seraphin out of practice Monday, and the Wizards will continue to be cautious with their handling of Nene and Bradley Beal.
One former Georgetown player rates among the NBA's top rookies this season, 76ers swingman Hollis Thompson.