If Bradley Beal isn't shooting a three-pointer, coach Randy Wittman wants him attacking the basket rather than settling for long two-point attempts.
Bradley Beal broke his wrist during the preseason last year, and collisions like the one he had Tuesday caused the Wizards to hold their collective breath.
The Wizards had two key players practice Wednesday, but several others remain out of action heading into Friday's game vs. the Knicks.
The Wizards' rotations aren't close to settled; however Nene playing as the backup center to Marcin Gortat was not only expected, but appeared to work better than anticipated.
The Wizards reshaped their roster and plan this summer for the purpose of taking more 3-pointers. They delivered on that promise in their preseason opener.