The Wizards play for the first time since Jan. 11 after a coronavirus outbreak forced the postponement of six consecutive games.

Washington's game in San Antonio will be its first since Jan. 11.

Len, who was drafted No. 5 overall in 2013, has averaged 7.9 points and 6.2 rebounds in his career.


Washington had enough eligible players Wednesday to take the court for the first time since a Jan. 11 win over Phoenix.

The Wizards, who have now had seven players and one staff member test positive, account for one-third of the NBA’s postponed games.

Washington will have at least an eight-day layoff between games.

Washington has already had two games canceled, while back-to-back games against Cleveland on Sunday and Monday appear to be in doubt.

A game between the Atlanta Hawks and Phoenix Suns was postponed Wednesday following the Suns' game in Washington.

While injuries and atrocious defense have defined the Wizards’ slow start, a little patience is still in order.

The Wizards won't host the Utah Jazz on Wednesday night.

Bradley Beal scored 34 points with his backcourt mate Russell Westbrook out at least a week with a strained quad.

Wizards center Thomas Bryant, 23, fell Saturday night in a loss to Miami. Also, Russell Westbrook will miss Monday’s game with a quad injury, but Bradley Beal is expected to return.

The Wizards' star guard has not tested positive for the coronavirus, according to a person with knowledge of the situation.

Bradley Beal scores 41, but a 28-point deficit is too much for Washington to overcome in 116-107 loss.

All-star Bradley Beal matches Gilbert Arenas’s franchise record, but Washington’s late push runs out of gas in a 141-136 loss.

In the Wizards’ past three games, Bryant has shot 26 for 30 from the field and skyrocketed up the league’s efficiency leader board.

The Wizards survive the Nets’ final possession and win, 123-122, at Brooklyn.

Bradley Beal had 31 points to pace eight Wizards in double figures as Washington improved to 1-5 with a 130-109 victory.

Late rally comes up short against Bulls, 133-130, in another alarming defensive showing.

Hachimura is expected to play limited minutes tomorrow against Chicago, providing what the Wizards hope will be a much-needed lift.

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