The Wizards send Glen Rice Jr. down to the Iowa Energy of NBA Development League to get more playing time.
Rookie understood that his demotion wasn't really a demotion, but a chance to bounce back from injury
Rookie played well during rehabilitation stint in Iowa.
Wizards rookie Glen Rice Jr. has been assigned to the Iowa Energy of the NBA Developmental League to recover from a fractured right wrist.
Wizards rookie Glen Rice Jr. has the stitches removed from his surgically-repaired right wrist this week, still a few weeks away from return.
Glen Rice Jr. doesn't know the exact cause of his right wrist injury, but he will try to stay upbeat as he sits the next three to six weeks.
Wizards rookie swingman Glen Rice Jr. will miss three to six weeks after having surgery on Tuesday to repair a fracture in his right wrist.
With Martell Webster down, Glen Rice Jr. had seven points and a huge steal in his first NBA start against Denver.
Rice Jr. scored 12 points, and had a highlight dunk, in his NBA preseason debut.
Glen Rice Jr. already knew a lot about the NBA before attending rookie transition program but still found it beneficial.