On a hot streak having won seven of their last nine games, the Wizards have three days off before hosting one of the NBA's worst teams in the Milwaukee Bucks on Friday (CSN, 7 p.m. ET).
Martell Webster wasn't on Monday, which should've been bad news for the Wizards who already were missing Bradley Beal as they tried to reach .500 for the first time in four years.
Today the Wizards are off, but rest assured players will be at Verizon Center to get up shots and treatment to heal their sore muscles.
In winning five of their last six games, the Wizards' recent success has been inspired by their fast starts.