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Kevin Seraphin could return Wednesday

After being sidelined for the past seven games due to swelling in his right knee, Kevin Seraphin looks poised to return Wednesday night against the Bobcats.


Your Wizards-Raptors game thread

Sorry for the late thread. 0-3 against Toronto this season and could eclipse last seasons win total tonight. GO WIZARDS!

Wizards victorious in Cleveland

Nene went down with a right knee sprain in the middle of the third quarter, but pull out the 96-83 win in Cleveland led by the backcourt duo of John Wall and Bradley Beal.

How Miller fits in

Even at the age of 38, Andre Miller has still proven to be a productive point guard capable of running an efficient offense. But how does he fit in Washington, and where might he struggle? We break it down here.

Late collapse causes heartbreaking 113-112 defeat

Seven threes in the third quarter by Trevor Ariza may have kept the game close, but some difficult calls late and some major breakdowns in the final four seconds caused an unprecedented collapse.

Can the Wizards score on Grit 'N Grind?

The Wizards have one final back-to-back set before the All Star break. Tonight, they go up against the Grit 'N Grind Memphis Grizzlies that could be without star point guard Mike Conley.

Was switching the problem vs. the Spurs?

Randy Wittman suggested that one reason the Wizards lost a double-digit lead to the Spurs Wednesday was excessive switching on defense. But did the Wizards actually switch too much in the second half? If so, were the switches damaging?

H2Owned: How the Wiz iced the Splash Brothers

The Wizards went back to their roots on Tuesday night and played stifling defense against the Warriors by holding the backcourt of Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson to just 13-40 shooting.

The half-court offense is a train wreck

The Wizards' half-court offense has struggled throughout the year, but in Wednesday night's defeat at the hands of the Boston Celtics, it fell to new lows. What exactly went wrong?

Wizards upset by lowly Celtics, back below .500

Washington dug themselves in an early hole, seeing its deficit amount to 19 points before making another desperation comeback in the second half. Despite sending the game into overtime and a John Wall triple double, the Wizards fell, 113-111.

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