Two things about Drew Gooden, one obvious and the other maybe not as much: First, when his second 10-day contract expires March 18, he'll be retained for the rest of the season by the Wizards whic
Like when Al Harrington sat out and couldn't play because of right knee surgery, Nene is observing from a distance as he hobbles around on crutches while his left knee ligament strain heals.
Though the Miami Heat probably wouldn't admit this, they didn't take the Wizards as serious as they should've Jan. 15 at Verizon Center.
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.