One day after suffering a 105-102 loss to the Dallas Mavericks, Wizards big-men: Nene, Otto Porter and Kevin Seraphin took some much deserved time to unwind and relax.
The undefeated home streak is over, but the Wizards can build off of Wednesday's 105-102 loss to the Dallas Mavericks, a matchup that carried the atmosphere and energy of a payoff game at Verizon
Aside from the return of Bradley Beal, who made his season debut off the bench, the Wizards were more focused on something else Wednesday.
It's too early to declare any of the Wizards' problems on defense have been solved, but they've taken a step in the right direction.
In his first 11 minutes on the court, Otto Porter, who hasn't been much of a factor on the offensive end lately, only took one shot and hadn't scored.