Aside from their injuries, Bradley Beal and Alan Anderson haven't been in the news for much this season with the Wizards.
Nene believes he'll be on the court for the Wizards vs. the Cleveland Cavaliers, he told CSNmidatlantic.com as he left Verizon Center on Tuesday.
The statuses of Drew Gooden and Alan Anderson haven't changed for the Wizards in terms of who practiced Tuesday to get ready for Wednesday's home game vs.
At least Marcin Gortat could find humor in what took place Sunday.
Erik Spoelstra can empathize with the Wizards, who are two games below .500 after getting routed by his Miami Heat on Sunday.