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On paper, it wasn't exactly an inspiring matchup, the 22-loss Washington Wizards against the 23-loss Cleveland Cavaliers. The two Eastern Conference cellar dwellers squared off at Verizon Center on Wednesday night, and the Wizards trotted out their 11th starting lineup of the season.
"I'm just trying to play the minutes I can and help the team as best I can," Nene said. "We played great defense in the first three quarters. In the last quarter, they played better than us. They take advantage in the last minutes."