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Latest Atlanta Hawks Items
John Wall and Marcin Gortat rank among the NBA leaders in Offensive Rating differential. Credit their strong production, absolutely, but also knock the Wizards bench.
In Atlanta tonight, Otto Porter hopes to get his first basket and starting contributing more for the Wizards going forward.
The Clippers end a seven-game road trip in D.C., and they'll have a winning record of 4-3 by beating the Wizards.
If the Nets are able to get Kyle Lowry from the Raptors as a backup to Deron Williams, it'll make it tougher for the Wizards in the Eastern Conference.
Washington is on a two-game losing streak, but it also hasn't won at Phillips Arena since 2008, which translates to 10 consecutive losses.
Shelvin Mack was a second-round draft pick by Washington, and after two stints here he has found a home with the Atlanta Hawks.
The play of Glen Rice has opened the eyes of coach Randy Wittman, who seems ready to give the rookie a bigger role on the team.
As expected, Martell Webster will play vs. the Hawks on Friday, and although Bradley Beal and Nene worked out they appear to need more time to heal.
Martell Webster's left ankle sprain has healed quickly and, barring any setbacks, he expects to play Friday at the Atlanta Hawks.