The list of available bodies for Wednesday's opener at the Miami Heat appears to be a solid 11 after Glen Rice and Kris Humphries went full at Monday's practice.
Nene isn't holding out hope that he'll be able to play in the regular-season opener vs.
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.