PHILADELPHIA -- With the Wizards playing this well, they're not going to push center Kevin Seraphin too soon. He'll miss his third game in a row Saturday at the Philadelphia 76ers (CSN, 7:30 p.m.
The answer from Wizards coach Randy Wittman seems pretty bland, boring and maybe a tad predictable, but in the end it's the truth.
Playing on the road makes the NBA unpredictable, especially when its two games in three days and a team, such as the Wizards, is coming off a triple-overtime game.
The Toronto Raptors are one of two teams the Wizards haven't beaten in the East. In three meetings, the Wizards have failed and lost by an average of 10 points.