The old Wizards, who won games with their grit on defense and making teams pay by getting out in transition, reappeared Saturday as they topped the Charlotte Hornets 109-101 in from of 16,987 at V
Coach Randy Wittman has dealt with his share of injuries to the roster, going back to three years ago when John Wall wasn't ready to start because of a knee injury and Bradley Beal was so banged u
For two quarters, the Wizards held their own with the San Antonio Spurs until they went cold in the second half in a 114-95 loss at AT&T Center and ended this Western Conference road trip 1-3.
When Bradley Beal returns -- and that could be in a few weeks or longer (probably longer based on his injury history) -- the Wizards should strongly consider bringing him off the bench.
The first real test for the Wizards came when they had four games in five nights and failed miserably. They lost each, including three by double-digits.