When the Wizards made a move to trade two players last week for one, it was with the intention to sign a player to open roster spot.
While the Wizards hold their breath pending an MRI of Nene's left knee on Monday, they have to start considering options.
The day after matching his career high of 30 points, Nene went down hard in the middle of the third quarter with an injured left knee in a game the Cleveland Cavaliers.
In his first game with the Wizards, and since Dec. 30, Andre Miller made a statement and showed a glimpse of where this team could be headed when he finally gets into top form.
Why did the Wizards acquire Andre Miller? Because he makes simple, effective plays like this assist to Kevin Seraphin for a dunk vs. New Orleans.