It's hard to develop a healthy case of amnesia when you've just done something for the umpteenth time.
This dead horse has been beaten, so much so it's rather tiresome for coach Randy Wittman to have to repeat it.
Randy Wittman is disappointed with how selfish the Wizards played in their 100-94 loss to the Bobcats. Their unwillingness to move the ball cost them another chance to make the playoffs.
A full participant in shootaround on Monday morning despite a sore left groin, Trevor Ariza appears to be a lock to play and start vs. the Charlotte Bobcats (CSN, 7 p.m. ET).
Before the Wizards started making moves a little more than a month ago, these last two games would’ve been losses.