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Latest Martell Webster Items
Martell Webster had to be carried off the court Friday when he hurt his left ankle but was able to get up shots at practice. Al Harrington had irritation in his knee and is going to visit the doctor again.
The Wizards fought back from a 15-point deficit and game-ending injuries to Martell Webster and Nene, but wilted in overtime to the Bucks 109-105.
Otto Porter was a game-time decision, but entered the game Friday against Milwaukee after Martell Webster went down with an injury. Details here.
The recent success of the Wizards has to do with a lot of different improvements -- from defense to Nene to Marcin Gortat to three-point shooting -- but the max player, John Wall, gets credited.
The Milwaukee Bucks only have three wins, but they're the kind of team the Wizards had trouble beating last season.
Martell Webster is quite the character off-the-court. It made a lot of sense to just let him speak on any subject, and rest assured, it will be entertaining. Here's the debut of "Martell it like it is" where Chris Miller lets Webster discuss a troubling topic for most men -- male pattern baldness and how to combat it. If the video above does not work, click here.
With a limited roster, starting lineup and end of game decisions are rather apparent for the Wizards. When all return, not so much.
The good vibes are being felt around Verizon Center, where the Wizards have won six in a row, but this is a crossroads where they can't lose focus.
The value in Trevor Ariza comes from his defense, but in his last two games he has made 9 of 10 three-pointers to provide an unlikely consistent spark the Wizards.