If Tuesdays practice at George Mason University was any indication, Randy Wittmans first training camp as head coach of the Wizards will be all about speed, with or without star guard John Wall.
Unlike some other NBA coaches who have been know to coddle their players, Randy Wittman takes a different approach.
At training camp last year, then-coach Flip Saunders would hand out a hard hat to the player who appropriately worked the hardest in practice.
If there was one player who thrived when the Wizards made acoachingchange last season it was Kevin Seraphin. The burly 6'-8 forwardcenter rarely gotoffthe bench under Flip Saunders.
Even though the Wizards -- coming off a 20-46 season --hadthe option to hirea new coach, the team will stick with Randy Wittman next season.