Nene will be a game-time decision for the Wizards when they play at the Orlando Magic, where they won their first game of the season.
Monday's win, which included the Wizards squandering a 23-point lead and battling back from seven-point deficit in each of two overtimes, is as draining as a back-to-back can get for a team.
In a phenomenal finish -- the Wizards blew a 23-point lead in regulation and overcame a seven-point deficit in each of the two overtimes -- for a 133-132 marathon victory vs.
With another victory, this time beating the Denver Nuggets on Friday, the Wizards are in position to add two more relatively easy ones to their total to extend this streak to six.
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.