Al Harrington had an unfortunate knee surgery after his last season with the Denver Nuggets in 2011-12 and his career hasn't been the same. He returns to Denver for the first time since being traded.
The Wizards' playoff-tested, 30-something reserves brought physicality and sparked a fourth-quarter rally against Brooklyn.
Al Harrington's shot isn't falling the way he would like, but is focused on finding other ways to score and contribute.
Thirty-somethings Al Harrington and Andre Miller have helped provide a steadying presence for the Wizards.
Al Harrington and Kevin Seraphin combined to score nine points after Nene went down with a left knee injury in the third quarter to help Wizards get back to .500.
After a more than three month layoff because of a right knee injury, Al Harrington says he's ready to return to action for the Wizards.
Al Harrington is feeling better two months after his knee surgery and expects to be back after the all-star break.
The veteran is eager to return from knee surgery last month, but until he is able, he tries to help his teammates any way he can.
Wizards rookie Glen Rice Jr. has the stitches removed from his surgically-repaired right wrist this week, still a few weeks away from return.
Wizards announced that Bradley Beal has been cleared for increased basketball-related activities while Al Harrington had surgery on his bothersome right knee.