Bradley Beal is back in the starting lineup for the Wizards -- starting tonight at the Cleveland Cavaliers -- after coming off the bench in his first four games since his left wrist surgery.
Based on Nene's history with his sore right foot, he's unlikely to be in the lineup for the Wizards on Tuesday so it could be Drew Gooden getting the start and Paul Pierce logging spot minutes at
John Wall has helped the Wizards get off to one of their best starts in franchise history, now they must keep their focus.
Bradley Beal isn't even in optimum condition to play, but his production in his first three games of the season for the Wizards suggests otherwise: 16.7 points on 51.2% shooting, 50% from three-po
Ending the week 2-1, after Saturday's gritty, 111-100 comeback win at the Milwaukee Bucks, is what the Wizards (9-3) were looking for all along.