Likely no Bosh or LeBron tonight

Dwyane Wade is expected to play, though.

Make-A-Wish recipient's day with the Wizards

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Here's a video of Make-A-Wish recipient Amaris Jackson, the 10-year-old girl who spent her day with the Washington Wizards on Saturday, April 12 where she signed a one-day contract. If you cannot see the embed above, click here for the link from Monumental Network.

Wizards make a wish come true, sign 10-year-old girl to a one-day contract

This past Thursday, April 10, the Washington Wizards signed Amaris Jackson, a 10-year-old point guard to a one-day contract for their game against the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday, April 12. Jackson is suffering from renal cell carcinoma. She plays for her school's basketball team.

This was done in conjunction with the Make-A-Wish Foundation's Mid Atlantic Chapter. Jackson will take part in the team's shootaround and lead the team on the court for warm ups. This is a really nice thing to see from the Wizards organization and the Make-A-Wish Foundation to help make a sick child's dream come true.

Requiem for a 6-Seed - Andrew Sharp Recaps the Bobcats Game

"Congratulations, Bobcats. You swung hard and struck true for a Raptors-Bobcats series that might be the most NBA TV playoff series of all time. But this battle had one true hero. One knight. One warrior prince who brought down his sword at the moment of truth and refused to call plays, or timeouts, or do pretty much anything that could’ve been useful. Randy Wittman was a lion, as always. After the battle for the 6-seed, he roars for eternity."

It's official: Nene is back

Al Harrington on his ordeal through knee hell

Amazing first-person account of how Al Harrington pushes through despite his knee being in awful shape.

Zards' Power Ranking History

Pretty cool quotes from Marc Stein's weekly rankings show how much of a rollercoaster this season has been

Rice recalled from D-League

Washington Wizards President Ernie Grunfeld announced today that guard Glen Rice has been recalled from the Iowa Energy of the NBA Development League. Rice will be with the team for tonight’s game vs. Chicago.

Press release.

Gortat breaks down his huddle crashing

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Gortat has already given us the scoop on how he did it, but here's a more detailed breakdown on how the Wizards center managed to get some intel. Video courtesy of Monumental Network. If you cannot see the embed, click here.

Ariza should be OK for Bobcats game

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