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Topic - Trevor Ariza
Trevor Ariza is looking forward to the playoffs, but also keeping the Wizards' accomplishments this season in perspective.
In the last two seasons, the Wizards are 4-3 vs. the Bulls going into their first-round, seven-game playoff series that begins in Chicago on Sunday.
Marcin Gortat got overly excited when the Wizards first got to .500 and thought they could win 50 games, and while he was ridiculed by some he wasn't that far off.
Trevor Ariza talks about the 'growth' of the Wizards with the win over the Heat.
Trevor Ariza and Martell Webster needed rest, so Otto Porter set a season-high for rebounds, minutes played, shots attempted and matched his season-high in points.
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.
Trevor Ariza wasn't able to partake in Tuesday's practice fully, but it was a good sign that he showed up and he appears able to play Wednesday.
The Wizards took their team photo on Monday. Well, most of them did.
There's a chance, depending on how Nene's left knee responds, that he could play vs. the Bobcats on Wednesday.
Trevor Ariza has played through illness the last two games and needed time to get better for Wednesday's key matchup with the Bobcats.
Trevor Ariza was coughing badly in the locker room after Saturday's loss, and he could use the time off to rejuvenate for Wednesday's game with Charlotte.
Bradley Beal did it again by hitting the game-winning shot for Wizards, who beat the Knicks for the third time this season and second time at Madison Square Garden, 90-89.
The Wizards can't seem to get over the hump when it comes to putting away teams that they have down by double digits.
The Wizards didn't do much of anything well the last time these two teams met, and the status of Trevor Ariza and his groin strain will be crucial for Monday night's game.
Trevor Ariza, who wasn't certain if he would be available vs. Charlotte after he went down on a slippery floor Saturday, fully participated in shootaround before Monday's game.
"I think missing camp hurt him a little bit, but, you know, he's been patient," said Trevor Ariza. "He's been great. He's been working hard every day, practicing. He doesn't complain. He comes in and does his job, and when he gets his time on the court, he comes in and produces, because he's always ready. At an early age, he's learning how to be a professional."
"We started off early telling ourselves we could be a top-three team in the Eastern Conference," he said. "Unfortunately, we didn't achieve that goal. I think when you give yourself a chance to finish anywhere between five and seven it's always a good thing."