The friendship between Wizards coach Randy Wittman and Celtics coach Doc Rivers goes back nearly 30 years, but it hasn’t been enough to dampen their competitive fires.
Anderson Varejao's game is typically more subtle than highlight generating. The center's value stems more from rebounding and heady play than direct point producing.
As his teammates ran up and down the floor hitting pull-up jumpers on Thursday, Wizards big man Nene sat in a folding chair, his left foot resting on a bag of ice.
The box score from Tuesday night’s season-opening 94-84 loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers told most of the story, but in the opinion of Wizards coach Randy Wittman it didn’t tell the whole story.