Martell Webster wasn't on Monday, which should've been bad news for the Wizards who already were missing Bradley Beal as they tried to reach .500 for the first time in four years.
The Wizards have done it, well, sort of. For the first time since November of 2009, they're at least at .500 with Monday night's win at Verizon Center in front of 12,809.
Trevor Ariza still won't acknowledge that the players-only meeting the Wizards had two weeks ago was his idea. But he could bring himself to say 'playoffs' now that they've won six of their last e
The usual big smile Nene sports after a victory isn't there. The Wizards' ailing power forward exited the locker room, after their sixth win in eight games Saturday, without a word.