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Wizards take part in the White House Easter Egg Roll
John Wall, Nene, Bradley Beal and Emeka Okafor visit the White House for the annual Easter Egg Roll.
Okafor : ‘My plan is to be here next year'
Emeka Okafor said he will exercise his player-option for 2013-14, which will pay him $14.48 million, in part because he believes the Wizards will be a playoff team.
Okafor starting to fit into big picture
The Wizards are short-handed without Nene because of a sore right knee, but Emeka Okafor is playing well in combination with point guard John Wall.
CSN Washington dot com. The Wizards came back limping from the road trip out west with five players sitting out of tonight's game against Memphis Trevor Ariza has the flu Bradley deal of struggling with a bad ankle Martell Webster was dealing with a sports hernia. Nene has a banged up knee and AJ
Ariza sits out practice but could play vs. Grizzlies
Trevor Ariza and Emeka Okafor have missed games recently because of the flu, and Bradley Beal tested his sore left ankle in hopes of returning soon.
Ladies' night: Wizards host Hoops 'N Heels
It's ladies night! The wives of Wizards Martell Webster, Nene and Emeka Okafor joined season ticket holders for Hoops 'N Heels.
Team effort leads Wizards over the Nuggets
CSN Washington dot com. After a track meet in the first half that saw both teams tied at 64. The Wizards locked down the Nuggets in terms of defense in the third winning that quarter thirty to fourteen. Seven players in double figures three of which reported double doubles of pulls off the season's
Holiday, Nick Young lead 76ers over Wizards
and Lavoy Allen each added 14 points to help the Sixers win for just the fourth time in 13 games and seventh in 24. Emeka Okafor had 15 points and 17 rebounds, Nene scored 16 and Martell Webster got 15 for Washington.