Randy Wittman

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It's still early in the NBA season, but John Wall isn't hiding that he has taken to heart all the criticisms about his game -- and the five-year, $80 million extension the Wizards gave him in the

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At one point, Trevor Ariza didn't think he'd be back on the court soon for the Wizards. He said he heard "a pop" in his right hamstring when he went down two weeks ago.

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When Otto Porter went down with a right hip flexor strain Sept. 13, he knew it would be a while before he got back on the court with the Wizards.

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Having four games in five days, even for a second-year player such as Bradley Beal, can be a bit much.

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Not that it's a race to return, but if it were between injured forwards Otto Porter and Chris Singleton, the veteran is in the lead. 

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