We won't be seeing any of this tonight.
Feels like forever since the Wizards played a game. Admit it, you needed the break. Links:
- BNIE says to hell with tanking, lets see some 'furious discipline' over the final eight.
- Carla Peay notes how the Melo-led Knicks team playing the Wiz tonight is far different from the Linsane squad that won in Verizon in February. [Washington Times]
- Nene practiced a bit Thursday but will remain on the bench against the Knicks. May the Saga of Seraphin continue. [CSN Washington]
- Just like Randy Wittman, Ernie Grunfeld isn't thinking about the future. [Washington Post]
- For those that would actually be excited about this, it's old news. But at midnight Reebok released limited gold (GOLD!) John Wall sneakers that come packaged with a briefcase, watch and sunglasses. Just because. [Larry Brown Sports]
- It's no secret Kevin Seraphin has been playing inspired ball since Nene went down. Now he has people expecting big things in the future. [NBA247365]
- Eric Freeman thinks talking about the locker room incident is the best way for Gilbert Arenas to put the past behind him. [Ball Don't Lie]
- Back from China, James Singleton has displayed more offensive polish and noticed a different attitude in the Wizards locker room. [Washington Examiner]
- Michael Lee recaps some the bigger (and stranger) storylines of this lockout-shortened season. [Washington Post]
- We need to find where Ted gets his supply. Can anyone translate? [Ted's Take]
- FYI, Comcast Sportsnet has bumped Monday's game against the Bulls to CSN+ because, apparently, D.C.'s hockey team is in the playoffs. Who knew? [SB Nation D.C.]
- Barring a 10-game winning streak to end the season, the Wizards will have plenty of appealing options in the 2012 draft. [Wizards Extreme]
- Andre Drummond declared for the draft. Uber-athletic big man with tantalizing potential but underwhelming game? Don't do it, Ernie. [CSN Washington]