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Topic - Jan Veselý
Jan Vesely's status for Denver's game on Monday is in question, but his impact in Sunday's win vs. Washington was significant as he scored 10 points in 15 minutes.
Apparently Kevin Serpahin and Marcin Gortat couldn't wait until Sunday's game at the Denver Nuggets to catch up with their former teammate, Jan Vesely.
Bradley Beal wound up with 21 points as the Wizards wrapped up a four-game road swing. Trevor Ariza scored 15 of his 18 points in the first quarter and John Wall added 15, but also had eight turnovers.
Jan Vesely has played only 10 of 16 games since being traded to Denver, but he'll start getting more chances as coach Brian Shaw evaluates the roster.
Randy Wittman was livid with his team's rather lackadaisical play, especially this close to the postseason and against an injury depleted Denver Nuggets squad.
Whether Nene doesn't miss a beat or sits for a while with a knee injury, the Wizards have an open roster spot to fill. For now we explore the available frontcourt market including Earl Clark...and Kwame Brown.
Ernie Grunfeld did it again. The Wizards general manager used his shovel and broom to clean up his own mess.
Aaron Brooks watched attentively as Denver assistant Melvin Hunt used a laptop to go over the Nuggets' system. Jan Vesely also kept a close watch on the screen from his seat on the other side of Hunt.
This one was all over in the first quarter, right about the time Jimmy Butler's only 3-pointer made it a 20-point game.
The Nuggets get a look at Jan Vesely and Jan Vesely gets a new start.
As the anticipation builds for the trade deadline, here are points all Wizards fans should consider.
Kevin Seraphin hasn't been used a lot lately, but the last two times he has been on the court for extended minutes he's averaging 17 points in 23 minutes.
We're still not sure how Jan Vesely managed to throw down this alley-oop from Bradley Beal. Look how far here reached back to grab it on the replay here.
Jan Vesely is not known as a good free throw shooter. He had a nice alley-oop finish vs. Detroit, but then air-balled the ensuing free throw.
Trevor Ariza scored 21 points and John Wall added 20 to lead Washington, which is suddenly finding the road more inviting. The victory was the second road win in as many nights for the Wizards, who have now won six of seven away from home.
"I tried to put my best on the court. I had motivation. I think I did good," said Vesely, who didn't have the fourth-year option on his rookie contract picked up by the Wizards before the season began, making him a free agent this summer. "It feels perfect. I'm really happy."
"It'll be a special game," Vesely said after practice Saturday, before having dinner with former teammates Kevin Seraphin, Chris Singleton and Marcin Gortat. "I was there for 2½ years. I know all the guys on the team. It will be a fun game to play. I'll do my best to help the team win a game."