While Bradley Beal was on the practice court Monday, he only was watching.
As the Wizards were spiraling out of control during a three-game losing streak, hemorrhaging turnovers and leading the coach to clash with his starting center, more than one person close to the si
The reason Garrett Temple, who had bounced around the NBA, D-League and Europe before finding a home with the Wizards in 2012, is here is defense.
Alan Anderson hasn't played a second for the Wizards this season as he recovers from left ankle surgery. But his wisdom leading into Saturday's game vs.
Randy Wittman and Marcin Gortat find themselves in a peculiar yet familiar situation.