The Wizards are taking a wait-and-see approach on Bradley Beal, who started for the first time since Dec. 9 and played 32 minutes in a 106-94 win vs. the Philadelphia 76ers.
Last season, the Wizards took the Philadelphia 76ers lightly and ended up embarrassed on the road.
Not that the Wizards would've beaten the Oklahoma City Thunder and Golden State Warriors with coach Randy Wittman on the sideline anyway, but they're chances are better.
Coach Randy Wittman is expected to be back with the Wizards today, after a two-game absence because of the sudden death of his older brother, for the Philadelphia 76ers at Verizon Center (CSN, CSN
Bradley Beal isn't in the mood to hear about quality losses, especially since the Wizards dropped their 26th game of the season on Wednesday night to the Golden State Warriors 134-121.