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Topic - Randy Wittman
Nene averages 14.2 points -- his season average -- in 21 minutes as reserve, but for the first-round series vs. Chicago he'll take his place back in the starting lineup ahead of Trevor Booker.
The Wizards' first practice in preparation for the Bulls was "serious and measured."
Wizards coach Randy Wittman found spots to get rest for John Wall and Trevor Ariza as they ended the regular season with a four-game winning streak, but the Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau did the opposite.
The Washington Wizards Most Valuable Player is 83 years old, stands 98 feet tall, weighs, 700 tons, is made of reinforced concrete and soapstone and sits on top of a 2,300-foot mountain.
The Wizards have had to juggle personnel all season and manage through rough spots without Nene, in particular, but they should be at full capacity come Game 1 vs. the Bulls.
For Wittman, winning was more important than watching the standings.
Bradley Beal stood at his locker near the middle of a noisy Washington locker room and expressed a thought that Wizards' players haven't felt for a few years.
We look at the legitimate pros and cons of the Wizards' possible first round opponents with guest appearances by Gilbert Arenas, Rob Ford and Soulja Boy.
No one in NBA history has coached more games with less success than Randy Wittman.
Several players are regaining their health in time to play the Miami Heat, but the assistant coaches have been dealing with the flu, too.
When Trevor Booker was playing well in December and the Wizards were winning, coach Randy Wittman didn't rush to pull him from the starting lineup.
Randy Wittman said a big part of the Wizards win over the Magic Friday night was strong play from Otto Porter.
The flu has been bothering Trevor Ariza for the last week, and as a result in the last three games he has shot just 4-for-24 from the field going into Friday's game at the Orlando Magic.
It has been a long season. On Thursday, coach Randy Wittman jokingly said it's beginning to wear on him.
The chemistry between John Wall and Bradley Beal isn't there, and when asked about their play coach Randy Wittman questioned their first-half effort in Wednesday's loss.
Coach Randy Wittman says the Wizards are going to stick with what got them to the postseason.
"He played great," Wittman said. "He gave us a little bit of intangibles, everything – rebounding, nine points, defense. That's a credit."