The excuses are there for the Wizards to not be 11-5: Bradley Beal missed most of the preseason and the first nine regular-season games with a fractured left wrist; Kris Humphries missed all but o
In the Wizards' last two games, John Wall has distinctly different stat lines but ran the offense just the way coach Randy Wittman wants it -- even if his teammates didn't always run at his tempo.
It's difficult to gauge where Nene is in his progress from his right foot injury after Tuesday's practice, but the real answer isn't expected to be known until Thursday when he'll go through a muc
Offensively, Monday's 107-86 blowout of the Miami Heat is as good as the Wizards have looked for four quarters all season.
Randy Wittman can be coy about his lineups and doesn't like the idea of adjusting to other teams, but Paul Pierce at power forward may be the way to go against a team such as Monday's opponent.