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Links: Randy Wittman considering whether to make any lineup changes

In today's Washington Wizards links, coach Randy Wittman will spend the the next couple days considering whether he should make any changes to his starting lineup, which has gotten off to rotten starts in each of the team's two regular season games.

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Ch-ch-ch-ch-Changes links:

  • Randy Wittman will use the Wizards' three days of practice prior to their rematch with the Celtics on Wednesday to consider changes to the starting lineup, which has dug the team into early, deep holes in its first two games. [Washington Post]
  • The Wizards have plenty of time to iron out some kinks with those three practice days before heading to Boston. [SB Nation DC | SB Nation Boston]
  • Here's one lineup suggestion. [Wizards Extreme]
  • Since he played a year in college, it can be really easy to forget just how young Bradley Beal is, but he's the second youngest rookie to start for his team at shooting guard in NBA history (second only to Kevin Durant) and the seventh-youngest opening night starter at any position. [Wizards Insider]
  • Beal's career has gotten off to a bit of a rought start, but Thomas reports that the rookie is going to be just fine. [Us]
  • Ted doesn't believe in moral victories, but he was encouraged by his team's effort Saturday night. [Ted's Take]
  • Ben Standig breaks down the good and the bad from the Celtics game.
  • In case you couldn't tell, Kevin Seraphin looked pretty good in his first game back from a strained calf. [CSN Washington]
  • Jordan breaks down that ugly last play against the Celtics. [Us]
  • Transcribed Jan Vesely interviews are always a must read. [Truth About It]
  • Having yet to reach a deal with Guangdong, Gilbert Arenas is now trying out for Yao Ming's Shanghai Sharks. [@ESPNSteinLine]
  • Recap of Sunday's NBA action. [SB Nation]
  • Originally expected to miss at least a week with a slight fibula fracture, Steve Nash could now reportedly be out for a month. [LA Times]
  • The Brooklyn Nets mascot is called the BrooklyKnight and, well, we're glad to see the Rubber Man has finally found stable employment. [SB Nation]
  • Marc Stein admits to being the lone ESPN talking head to not mindlessly award LeBron James a perfect score in the network's recent #NBArank series. [Weekend Dime]
  • James Harden is off to a decent start with the Rockets. [Yahoo! Sports]
  • The Knicks, my pick for the eight-seed in the East, are playing great ball out of the gate, but can they keep it up? [The Point Forward]
  • Jason Richardson sprained his ankle Sunday when he stepped on a baseline cameraman's foot at Madison Square Garden. He also suddenly thinks having photographers on NBA baselines is a bad idea. Coincidence? [Philly Inquirer]
  • Is there trouble brewing in the Thunder's paradise? [The Oklahoman]
  • In perhaps the first batch of good news in franchise history, alt-rock trio Ben Folds Five wants to be the Bobcats' house band for one game. [SB Nation | Rufus On Fire]