For the first time since March 29, the Washington Wizards played a game with their standard starting lineup.
The home schedule is complete for the Wizards, who are 29-12 at Verizon Center with Sunday's 108-99 win vs. the Atlanta Hawks.
With nothing to play for, the Atlanta Hawks held out their starters Sunday.
NEW YORK -- Based on coach Randy Wittman's brief analysis of Nene, after he returned following a three-game rest, he thinks his starting power forward can continue to play with three games left in
NEW YORK -- With Nene and Paul Pierce in the lineup, the ball didn't find Bradley Beal much in the first quarter.