The Washington Post

Wizards forwards earned first-team recognition at the Las Vegas summer league last month

With Nene out, Booker has a double-double in his fourth start of the season.

Coach Randy Wittman hasn't found much relief for his starters this season and the trend continued in win over Atlanta.

The Wizards' bench has struggled since Al Harrington went down against San Antonio, but he hopes to come back soon.

Cartier Martin had waited all season for the chance to have a memorable game and he finally got it at Golden State.

A.J. Price's three points leads the team's reserves, and that lack of production costs Washington a win.

The reserves came up big again as Jordan Crawford, Martell Webster and Kevin Seraphin helped lead the way to a win over the Heat.

  • Katie Carrera
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  • Dec 5, 2012
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The Wizards lead the league in bench scoring at 44.9 point per game and account for 50.2 percent of the team's league-worst 89.4 points per game.