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T-wolves guard says he thought he had built a good rapport with his teammates.

Washington's back-court depth is tested.

A.J. Price has returned from his broken right hand to provide some of his best performances of the season.

Coach Randy Wittman says Ariza is probably closest of the Wizards' injured players to returning to full-contact practice, possibly by Monday.

The chance that point guard A.J. Price has always wanted ended abruptly on Saturday as John Wall's fill in broke his right hand in the Wizards' 101-97 loss to Golden State.

Shaun Livingston joins the Wizards for a second stint and reunites with some familiar faces and a system that brought his career back to life.

The Wizards hope to end four-game skid in Indiana, where A.J. Price will face his former team as a starting point guard. The team will have Bradley Beal, who was not suspended for his hard foul on Milwaukee guard Monta Ellis the night before.

Coach Randy Wittman hasn't declared his opening night starting five, but A.J. Price is making his case to fill in at point guard while John Wall is absent.

Trevor Booker scores 22 points in his first preseason start and A.J. Price has a double-double with 17 points and 11 assists as Wizards win their second game of the preseason, 102-94, in Milwaukee.

Deron Williams directs dismissive comments at A.J. Price after the two had a heated exchange in the fourth quarter.

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