The Wizards (29-53) may look different next season as they set their sights on making a legitimate run for the playoffs.
Randy Wittman wants his players to rest and get back to optimum health, but he’s cautious about them relaxing too much.
Missing five players, including three starters and their top sixth man, the Wizards put away the Memphis Grizzlies at Verizon Center on Monday night. It was their first victory vs.
The Wizards played without starting center Emeka Okafor again because of flu-like symptoms and guards Bradley Beal (ankle) and A.J.