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.
Between now in Saturday, when the Wizards play their next game at the Detroit Pistons, the focus will be on whether or not Bradley Beal returns from what's said to be a left shoulder contusion to
Defensively, the Wizards look like a different team than the one that was shredded in three consecutive losses by an average of 20 points a game.
About a week ago, everyone outside of the Wizards' locker room wanted to blow up the pace-and-space offense, trade Marcin Gortat because of his struggles adapting and rebounding or claim doom and
Already missing Bradley Beal, the Wizards can't afford to lose another starter to injury. Otto Porter came up limping after his final field goal in a 115-86 win vs.