Randy Wittman


If it were up to Bradley Beal, he'd have already returned from the stress reaction in his lower right leg that has had him out since Feb. 5.


The best teams don't tolerate nonsense, even if it's from an established, respected All-Star and NBA champion such as Rajon Rondo.


A 9-2 lead stalls for the Wizards because of consecutive bad passes, from Nene and John Wall, and the Golden State Warriors are soon able to get on top of the first quarter.


Dropping a game 114-107 to the Golden State Warriors isn't anything to get alarmed about, especially with how well the Wizards played in most areas.