Bradley Beal returned to the Washington Wizards' starting lineup last week, and his immediate impact earned him three spots on the Wizards top five plays of the week.
Randy Wittman can be coy about his lineups and doesn't like the idea of adjusting to other teams, but Paul Pierce at power forward may be the way to go against a team such as Monday's opponent.
Dwyane Wade, who had missed the last seven games because of a left hamstring injury, is back in the lineup for the Miami Heat going into Monday's game at Verizon Center (CSN, CSNwashington.com and
After doing some work on his sore right foot at practice before Monday, Nene didn't participate in shootaround with the Wizards and appears likely to miss his fourth game in a row tonight vs.
Bad games will happen, but Marcin Gortat has his mind made up about Chris Bosh when the Miami Heat play here, in the second game of a back-to-back, Monday at Verizon Center (CSN, CSNwashington.com