Bradley Beal is returning to practice starting Monday, when the Wizards gear up for visits from the Dallas Mavericks and Cleveland Cavaliers, but exactly when he'll be back on the court for an act
Randy Wittman had nothing but praise for Kris Humphries, who scored 13 points and added six rebounds in the Wizards 98-93 win over the Magic.
Just as the Wizards were losing grip on a game they controlled from the tip, the bench of Otto Porter, Kris Humphries and Rasual Butler came through to get them past the Orlando Magic for the seco
John Wall shows off his athleticism with a twisting layup, then draws the contact to complete a three-point play.
The Wizards are eight games into the season and probably nine by the time you read this. Washington hosts Orlando at 7 p.m. on Comcast SportsNet, as you know.