The Wizards' point guard position has been a revolving door since John Wall injured his left knee. Shelvin Mack and Garrett Temple are up next to run the show.
Wizards move to bring back Shelvin Mack to help address their point guard woes.
After losing for the second time in two nights to Detroit, the Wizards cut power forward Earl Barron and Shaun Livingston.
After the most "embarrassing" loss of the season, Nene will make his first start of the season and Bradley Beal will return from a lower back injury to start in rematch against the Detroit Pistons.
The sixth pick of the 2011 draft finally gets some playing time because of Nene's sore foot.
The Wizards have had some miserable losses this season, but they haven't looked more hopeless and lifeless than they did in a 100-68 loss to Detroit.
Williams appears lost in Brooklyn, Gasol is lost in Los Angeles, and the Boston Celtics look lost without Ray Allen. Rough adjustments have led to inconsistent play.
Two of the league's worst teams are riding losing streaks, so one team is guaranteed to end the misery Friday night at the Palace of Auburn Hills.
Wizards big man continues to contribute in many ways, but his performances aren't enough to push the Wizards into the win column.
Shorthanded Wizards take another hit as rookie Bradley Beal is forced to sit out against Orlando with a sore lower back.