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-
Paul Pierce didn't practice again Thursday, and given that the Wizards chose to hold him out of Wednesday's game, it would appear likely to happen again vs.
The numbers show it -- and that Paul Pierce hasn't played after the third quarter does, too -- so the Wizards are starting Otto Porter tonight vs. the Philadelphia 76ers instead.
After more than a month being out with a left groin strain, Kris Humphries will be back on the floor for the Wizards when they play Wednesday vs.
Will Bynum returned stateside earlier this month after playing professionally in China, but only recently returned to the court after suffering a hamstring injury.