The Washington Wizards and Jan Vesely will be on the same court for the first time since a trade deadline shipped the former No. 6 overall pick to the Denver Nuggets.
To begin this four-game road trip, John Wall said it would be the defining stretch of the season for the Wizards, who entered it four games over .500.
What happened in the past, even if it was earlier this season, doesn't matter now to the Wizards.
It's safe to assume that before Bradley Beal is officially declared out by the Wizards for Saturday's home game vs. the Brooklyn Nets, he won't be allowed to play. Nor should he.
The Wizards likely will be getting back Martell Webster after a two-game absence but backup center Kevin Seraphin will miss his sixth game in a row when they play at the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturda