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Latest Milwaukee Bucks Items
Martell Webster's left ankle sprain has healed quickly and, barring any setbacks, he expects to play Friday at the Atlanta Hawks.
Trevor Ariza expected Marcin Gortat to be cutting to the basket for what would've been the go-ahead score, but instead it was another late turnover that cost them for the second game in a row.
Otto Porter sought the advice of Martell Webster after his shaky debut when he played just 14 minutes and didn't contribute much.
Ailments to Nene, Kevin Seraphin and Al Harrington will make beating Denver a difficult task Monday at Verizon Center.
A right knee injury to Kevin Seraphin makes the foot injury to Nene even more significant for the Wizards, who will have no size coming off the bench if neither can play Monday.
One of the Wizards' walking wounded returned to practice on Sunday. Washington hosts the Denver Nuggets on Monday.
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.
Randy Wittman seemed exasperated after Friday's overtime loss to Milwaukee, and he wasn't pleased by John Wall's decision-making on defense down the stretch in the fourth quarter or execution offensively in overtime.
With so many players ailing, the Wizards have to be careful to not put too much strain on Otto Porter and his right hip flexor too soon.