The changing landscape of the Wizards' second unit has turned Kevin Seraphin from option No. 1 to utilityman who has to rely more on second-chance baskets and doing more of the dirty work.
Will Bynum's perspective on Monday night's college basketball national title game differs from his teammates.
A three-game win streak, with the potential to grow it into something much bigger, could elevate the Wizards into the No. 4 seed.
In one way, the Wizards' rotation in Friday's win over the Knicks looked different than it will in the playoffs. In another way, spot on.
A 22-point lead was sliced to eight quickly by the New York Knicks, but the most important thing for the Wizards was they responded in Friday's 101-87 victory in the first game of a back-to-