Say this for Wizards shooting guard Bradley Beal: He has an extremely high pain threshold.
It's hard to see Nene not playing with the second unit this season, despite coach Randy Wittman cautioning that he's not close to settling on his rotations when the regular season starts Oct.
One preseason game is in the books for the Washington Wizards. Since we have no other season data available, we're going to extrapolate what these numbers mean for the entire 2015-16 campaign.
Bradley Beal thinks the new system of swapping long two-point shots for threes helped them against Philadelphia and could be a key to success.
Though the Wizards' defense didn't look all that hot to start, offensively they were a machine in their preseason opener, a 129-95 blowout of the Philadelphia 76ers at Verizon Center on Tuesday.