The Wizards likely will be getting back Martell Webster after a two-game absence but backup center Kevin Seraphin will miss his sixth game in a row when they play at the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturda
John Wall will have more time to get to know Drew Gooden, who now has a name plate above his locker next to the Wizards' start point guard.
The jabbering from Andre Miller, thought to be possibly too old before coming to the Wizards in a Feb. 20 trade, has gotten contagious.
It wasn't that Drew Gooden and Al Harrington were able to score. It was how they did it, even if it came vs. a team in the Utah Jazz that's not exactly adept at defending.
Now that Marcin Gortat can run more pick-and-rolls with Nene out of the lineup, the 6-11 center is in his comfort zone.