When a player watches the end of practice with ice bags on his knees, it’s not usually an encouraging sign.
Unless, of course, you are the Wizards and you’re 0-7 without Nene.
We know that Jordan Crawford likes to take shots but he also showed in the Dallas loss that he can dish it, too.
When Wizards general manager Ernie Grunfeld selected Bradley Beal with the third pick of the 2012 NBA draft it was with the idea that the 19-year-old rookie would complement third-year guard John
A 40-point second quarter proved to be too much for the Wizards to overcome as they dug themselves a 22-point deficit and could never recover in a 107-101 loss at Dallas.