Kris Humphries observed recently that he'll be certain that the Wizards are reborn when they're able to win a game in which they don't shoot well.
Marcin Gortat's early season struggles seem so far away. The Wizards' starting center has the award to prove it.
The black hole left by the departure of Paul Pierce took about 14 games to fill. John Wall, the Wizards' all-everything point guard who has long been their best player, has filled it.
Randy Wittman is joined at the hip with Kevin Durant -- let the unnecessary overreactions begin with "KD2DC" -- when it comes to DeAndre Jordan, who will be here Monday when the Wizards play the L
Usually when players-only meetings are called the team is reeling like the 2-7 Wizards were a couple seasons ago, not 11-4 going into Friday's games like the Cleveland Cavaliers.