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Dwight Howard has another piece of hardware for his personal trophy case. The Orlando Magic center became the first player to win the NBA Defensive Player of the Year Award three straight seasons Monday.
Dwight Howard has another piece of hardware for his personal trophy case.
Wizards point guard John Wall just completed a stellar rookie season, one which often makes coach Flip Saunders think of his days with the Minnesota Timberwolves, when he was coaching a young Kevin Garnett.
The Wizards may have finished the year with a forgettable 23-59 record, but Washington Times beat writer Carla Peay found a few players who had seasons worth remembering.
The Wizards are assured of a record worse than last season's 26-56, as they head into Wednesday's season finale with 23 wins. But only one thing has dampened the atmosphere at the Verizon Center the past couple of weeks, and it's not the Wizards' level of play or their potential next season.
A day after a beatdown by the Miami Heat, Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers chose rest over seeding when he sat Kevin Garnett, Ray Allen and Rajon Rondo for Monday night's game against the Washington Wizards.
The first three quarters of the Wizards home finale against the Celtics was a dull, lackluster performance by both teams.
Flip Saunders came to the Wizards two seasons ago expecting to coach a playoff team, but instead found himself in the middle of a tear-down and rebuild with a rookie as the centerpiece.
Rajon Rondo had 20 points and 14 assists to lead the Boston Celtics to a 104-88 victory over the Washington Wizards on Friday night.