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Martell Webster has missed two games with a sore back but coach Randy Wittman seems confident that he'll be on the court Saturday.
Coach Randy Wittman had told his team to talk to each other to work out their issues in the flow of the game, but that didn't consistently happen until Andre Miller arrived and Al Harrington returned from injury.
Martell Webster did get up shots Tuesday, but Kevin Seraphin wasn't able to go.
The lead was down to two after Bradley Beal's 3-pointer with 8.9 seconds remaining, but time ran out not a moment too soon for Memphis, which made its free throws in the closing seconds to preserve a 110-104 win Monday night.
The Wizards came out flat, and a crucial stretch to end the third quarter proved to be the difference as their winning streak ended at six with a 110-104 loss.
Tayshaun Prince was having his best scoring game of the season, and the Memphis Grizzlies were cruising in the fourth quarter, when a loose ball somehow ended up in the hands of little-used Washington Wizards rookie Otto Porter. Porter let it fly to beat the shot clock - and it went in for his first NBA 3-pointer.
The Wizards will play more small lineups without backup center Kevin Seraphin, who has a right knee injury and is listed as day-to-day.
Overcoming a blown lead in the third quarter and a game-winner that was waved off, the Wizards won in triple overtime against Toronto, 134-129, on Thursday night.
A victory for Washington would not just give it a season-high win streak, but it would mark a major step in getting past a team that has had its number all season.