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Commissioner David Stern and San Antonio Coach Gregg Popovich both poorly handled the circumstances surrounding the Spurs' loss to Miami, but Stern made it worse.

The Wizards are seeking their first winning streak after starting the season with 12 straight losses, but they will have a tough challenge against the Atlantic Division-leading New York Knicks.

By allowing players to feel more engaged and involved with what happened on the court, Wizards Coach Randy Wittman set the stage for his team's first win of the season.

Considering how difficult this season as been in Washington, the Wizards' first victory was bound to be tough. But they won't complain after an 84-82 win over Portland.

The Wizards are trying to avoid 0-12 start against Portland but they have extra incentive to defeat the Trail Blazers after absorbing a 21-point loss last March.

Wizards are seeking to avoid becoming the 10th team to open a season at 0-13, but getting a win over Portland is important for many reasons. Namely, infamy could await them on the other side.

After sitting out against San Antonio with a shoulder injury, Shaun Livingston is ready to return to help the Wizards snap a season-opening 12-game losing skid.

As the Wizards attempt to snap a 12-game losing streak, Coach Randy Wittman opens the floor to his players to let them offer suggestions.

The Brooklyn Nets are in first place, but Andray Blatche hasn't completely moved on from his time in Washington as he criticized the Wizards on Twitter and the radio.

Another different starting lineup doesn't prove to be the answer as the Wizards lose their 12th consecutive game in a 118-92 home defeat to the San Antonio Spurs.

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