So much goodness occurred in the Wizards' 107-86 romp over the Miami Heat Monday night that singling out any one item is arguably more challenging than the game itself.
Offensively, Monday's 107-86 blowout of the Miami Heat is as good as the Wizards have looked for four quarters all season.
Rasual Butler fits not only because he fills the need the Wizards had for a shooter to going into training camp where he had to earn a roster spot, but also because of the 35-year-old's demeanor a
In their most complete game of the season -- and yes, that includes a rout of LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers -- the Wizards righted what they considered a season-opening wrong with a 107
Randy Wittman can be coy about his lineups and doesn't like the idea of adjusting to other teams, but Paul Pierce at power forward may be the way to go against a team such as Monday's opponent.