Despite Martell Webster's optimism that he could return quickly from a left ankle sprain, he's out of Monday's game vs. the Denver Nuggets at Verizon Center and so is Nene (right foot).
The Wizards have done it, well, sort of. For the first time since November of 2009, they're at least at .500 with Monday night's win at Verizon Center in front of 12,809.
Every time it appears that the Wizards have figured out a rotation that works, it gets upended by an injury.
Bradley Beal knew something was wrong with his right leg after the Wizards' last game, a victory vs. the New York Knicks. He'd played four games in five days.