Links: Kevin Seraphin returns to practice, hopes to play in home opener against Celtics

Mark J. Rebilas-US PRESSWIRE

In today's Washington Wizards links, Kevin Seraphin returns to practice and hopes to be ready to play Saturday in the team's home opener against the Boston Celtics.

TGIF links:

  • Kevin Seraphin returned to practice yesterday, and hopes to be ready Saturday for the home opener against the Celtics. [Us | Wizards Insider]
  • As he waits for the plantar fasciitis in his left foot to subside, Nene is doing his best to remain a leader on the sideline and a mentor to Seraphin. [Washington Post | CSN Washington]
  • The Wizards may have had 26 assists on 32 made field goals against the Cavaliers, but Randy Wittman was not happy with his team's ball movement in the season opener. [CSN Washington]
  • John Wall and Seraphin watch the the last preseason game against the Spurs together in this Wizards Magazine segment. Wall shouts at his television, talks about his plans to post up this season and dissects the teams play in San Antonio. Pretty cool video, actually. [Wizards.com]
  • Martell Webster is somehow driving his car without those keys he left back in Kansas City. I must be too poor to understand cars these days. [CSN Washington]
  • Interviews following Thursday's practice. [Wittman | Webster]
  • What are some lessons the Wizards can take from their opening loss to the Cavs? [Wizards Extreme]
  • As of yesterday, A.J. Price's family was still without power up in New York thanks to Hurricane Sandy. [CSN Washington]
  • A fan shares how fantasy basketball drew him to the Wizards. Hey, we'll take 'em anyway we can get 'em... [Wiz of Awes]
  • It's nice to have a 7-footer like Earl Barron that can come in and contribute at the end of your bench. [Washington Examiner]
  • Wizards Director of Game Ops Kate Layman chats about what fans can expect for the home opener and throughout the season at Verizon Center. [Wizards.com]
  • NBA has hired Stan Van Gundy as an analyst. Thank you, Basketball God. [SB Nation | USA Today]
  • Deron Williams has bone spurs in his left ankle, but he's going to play through them. [SB Nation | ESPN]
  • Yeah, it's early, but right now it's a two-horse race for ROY. It's nice to see Bradley Beal remain in the top 5, but a lot of you won't be happy by who else made it there. [ESPN Insider]
  • Chris Paul really wanted to play with Dwight Howard, but kind of like everyone else, he eventually lost patience with Superman. [Yahoo! Sports]
  • Who are the top-five backcourts in the NBA? [Washington Examiner]
  • So far, the new-look Lakers don't look all that new. [Washington Examiner]
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