Glen Rice didn't do anything to hurt himself when it comes to playing time, and though the rookie doesn't have the accuracy from three-point range like his father that's OK.
Bradley Beal isn't back from the stress reaction from his lower right leg, but he's at least on the right path. After having his first evaluation since being put on the shelf Nov.
We don't need Alanis Morrisette to recognize the irony.
Despite Martell Webster's optimism that he could return quickly from a left ankle sprain, he's out of Monday's game vs. the Denver Nuggets at Verizon Center and so is Nene (right foot).