Kris Humphries has been back dribbling and shooting with his surgically repaired right hand for the last two days, and his ability to play in Wednesday's regular-season opener at the Miami Heat --
Rasual Butler, a 35-year-old and unlikely 15th man for the Wizards, beat out the younger Xavier Silas, John Lucas and Damion James for the spot Saturday and for good reasons:
Entering training camp Rasual Butler, despite having 11 years experience in the NBA, was a long shot to make the Wizards' roster.
Plenty of pieces will be missing for the regular-season opener -- Nene, Bradley Beal, Martell Webster and DeJuan Blair are certain to be out -- but the game plan for the Miami Heat on Wednesday ha
The stitches have been taken out of Kris Humphries' right hand and he remains optimistic that he'll be available for the Wizards on opening night.