Despite Wizards' glut at small forward, veteran swingman Josh Childress has accepted the team's invitation to attend training camp, beginning Saturday at George Mason.
Uncertainty remains at point guard, and the rotation in the crowded front court remains unsettled.
After a grueling stretch of practices and a loss in Charlotte, the Wizards will get back to work on Tuesday but they will also have fun with a free open practice featuring rapper Wale.
With several key players sidelined, the Wizards struggled to score in Charlotte as they needed 99 shot attempts and 21 free throw attempts to score 88 points.
Despite the loss, Chris Singleton, Shelvin Mack, Martell Webster and Bradley Beal gave the Wizards a few encouraging moments in Charlotte.
John Wall, Nene, Trevor Booker, Jannero Pargo and Emeka Okafor sit out the 100-88 loss.
Wizards rookie Bradley Beal on not being nervous before his preseason debut, playing against Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, and his rooting interest in the Cardinals-Nationals playoff series.
Trevor Booker sat out with a sore left hamstring along with the already injured John Wall (left knee), Nene (left foot) and Jannero Pargo (abdominal strain).
Jannero Pargo, signed Monday to help add depth at point guard with John Wall out, sat out Friday's practice and Thursday's scrimmage because of a left rib injury. He will have an X-ray later this afternoon.
In first extended scrimmage of camp, the defense of Emeka Okafor, Trevor Booker and Trevor Ariza and Cartier Martin's shooting propelled white team to victory.