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Randy Wittman: 'You're not going to stop' Kevin Durant

- The Washington Times

Time off for Kevin Durant only delayed what he usually does. The last time the Washington Wizards faced the Oklahoma City Thunder's spindly scoring conundrum, he returned from missing six consecutive games because of an ankle injury. His first night back came during Washington's trying swing through Texas before heading to play the Thunder earlier in the month. Durant scored 34 points in the Thunder's 109-102 win. No one was surprised.

Washington Wizards' Kevin Seraphin (13) and Bradley Beal (3) celebrate a score by Nene Hilario, blocked from view, during the second half of an NBA basketball game against the Brooklyn Nets Saturday, Jan. 17, 2015, in New York. The Wizards won the game 99-90. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)

Wizards bounce back, earn split with Nets after victory

- Associated Press

Nene scored 20 points, three other Washington big men were in double figures, and the Wizards beat the Brooklyn Nets, 99-90, on Saturday night to split their home-and-home series.

The Wizards' Paul Pierce sits on the bench in his team's blowout loss to the Atlanta Hawks on Sunday. The Wizards face a similar high-powered team in the San Antonio Spurs at home on Wednesday. (Associated Press)

No rest for the weary Wizards with Spurs in town

- The Washington Times

Wound-licking has a time statute in the NBA thanks to the manic schedule. For the Washington Wizards, that window of woe is less than 48 hours since the world champion San Antonio Spurs will be in town Tuesday night.

Washington Wizards guard Glen Rice Jr. (14) looks to score as Charlotte Hornets center Bismack Biyombo (8) defends during the first half of a preseason NBA basketball game, Friday, Oct. 10, 2014, in Greenville, S.C. Charlotte won 99-86. (AP Photo/Rainier Ehrhardt)

Wizards waive Glen Rice Jr.

- The Washington Times

After being named MVP of the 2014 Las Vegas Summer League, Rice was expected to find minutes in the Wizards' rotation once the season began. That did not happen because of injury, ineffectiveness and a spat with coach Randy Wittman.