The changing landscape of the Wizards' second unit has turned Kevin Seraphin from option No. 1 to utilityman who has to rely more on second-chance baskets and doing more of the dirty work.
Amid all of the forgetting of plays coming out of timeouts, players griping about playing time, not getting the ball enough and just losing, the Wizards are a good place with a three-game winning
Wizards coach Randy Wittman hopes the team can sustain their momentum for the rest of the season.
Chris Paul -- or is it Cliff Paul (see car insurance commercials)? -- leads the NBA in assists with 10.2 per game.
At some point before the playoffs begin, the Wizards are going to have a decision to make on Drew Gooden and Kris Humphries who play the same position.