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Monthly Archives: February 2013

Trevor Ariza nearly helped the Wizards steal a game that they would've had no business winning.

John Wall has been struggling of late, but the Wizards couldn't overcome his poor outing against Detroit.

Nene is out and Trevor Booker will start as the Wizards hope to snap a five-game losing skid against Detroit.

Coach Randy Wittman says the Wizards' big man should be available for Wednesday's game vs. the Pistons.

Wizards poked fun at Randy Wittman for stumbling before game, then avoided tripping over themselves in Toronto.

John Wall would like to make up for having his worst game of the season last week against Toronto.

The Wizards nearly had reunion with Caron Butler but Clippers owner Donald Sterling reportedly rejected a swap for Trevor Ariza.

Kevin Seraphin, mired in a month-long slump, is looking to turn around his production in diminishing minutes.

The veteran knows exactly why he has stayed in the league so long: "Twelve years of being able to foul people."

The Wizards don't have one go-to-guy in the clutch, but they have had some success in doing it by committee.

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