In today's Washington Wizards links, star guard John Wall seems set to return within a month after an MRI showed encouraging progress in his rehab from a minor knee injury.
- After his latest MRI showed steady healing in his knee, it sounds like John Wall is still set to return within the next month. [SB Nation DC | Washington Post]
- The Wiz could certainly use Wall tonight against Brandon Jennings and Monta Ellis. [Us | Washington Examiner]
- Kevin Seraphin enjoys being an NBA hero, and Jennings' future with the Bucks remains unclear. [SI]
- Mike, Amin, Thomas and I discussed OkAriza's early returns, development of the young bigs, and whether it's too early to begin tinkering with the starting lineup in our second Google Hangout.
- We seemed to settle on it being too early to make any lineup changes, but some have seen enough of the current starting five. [Wizards Extreme]
- Three games in, here's three things to like and not like about the Wizards' season. [Blog So Had Sports]
- Ted is encouraged despite the 0-3 record, but thinks the team needs to cut down on its late-game turnovers and win the zebras' respect. [Ted's Take]
- Speaking of those crunchtime turnovers... [CSN Washington]
- Jason Reid does his best to find reasons for Wizards fans to stay tuned this season. [Washington Post]
- Some interesting stats on the early effectiveness of Wizards lineups and player pairings. [Truth About It]
- Chris Singleton finally got some extended burn in Boston, and he made the most of it. [Washington Times]
- Rob Mahoney wishes some of Martell Webster's minutes were going to Bradley Beal. [The Point Forward]
- Kevin Garnett won't be penalized further by the NBA but the technical foul he drew for elbowing Seraphin in Wednesday's game will stand. [Boston Herald]
- Did a former Terp give the Celtics the boost they needed in Wednesday's overtime? [SB Nation]
- Thursday's practice report and interviews. [Wizards.com]
- Admit it, you wish you could be as big a fan as Robin Ficker. [Wizards Extreme]
- Andray Blatche eats chicken against his will. Just click it.
- Damian Lillard has certainly impressed early in his NBA career. [SI]
- It's early, but Roy Hibbert hasn't lived up to his $58 million contract thus far. [Indy Star]
- Did basketball also win on Election Day? [SI]