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Topic - Washington Wizards
Wizards coach Randy Wittman shares his thoughts on the Wizards' 75-74 loss to the Denver Nuggets.
D.C. are native Ty Lawson (hamstring) is not expected to face John Wall and the Wizards Monday night
The Wizards almost overcame the loss of three starters to pull out a victory, but they scored just 29 points in the second half and failed to convert a field goal in the last four minutes.
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.
Otto Porter was a game-time decision, but entered the game Friday against Milwaukee after Martell Webster went down with an injury. Details here.
A breakdown of advanced statistics from the NBA, shows exactly where the Wizards are thriving and need improvement.
Too many NBA players are friendly with each other these days, and veteran Trevor Ariza polices the Wizards to not buddy up with the opposition.
Otto Porter practiced well for the second day in a row and will be called a game-time decision for Friday.
After wins over Creighton and Miami, George Washington look to take down another power conference program. GW-Rutgers at 7 on CSN.
Life in the Eastern Conference is a breeze compared to playing in the West according to the Portland Trailblazers.
NBA analyst Greg Anthony is a student of the game, widely respected for his basketball acumen. WATCH Anthony talk about the Wizards playoffs chances here.
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.
By winning six of eight games, the Wizards have zoomed out of the Eastern Conference basement and could reach the best-of-the-rest pinnacle by Monday night.
Now that the Wizards have six wins in the last eight games entering Monday, they're starting to see the big picture in the wide-open East.