Team RankingPTS/GOPP PTS/G
Southeast Division106.4 (2nd)104.0 (2nd)
Eastern Conference7th7th


Mon Nov 20
W 99 - 88@MIL
Wed Nov 22
L 124 - 129@CHA
Sat Nov 25
L 105 - 108POR
Tue Nov 28
W 92 - 89@MIN
Wed Nov 29
L 113 - 118@PHI
Fri Dec 1
W 109 - 91DET
Mon Dec 4
L 69 - 116@UTA
Tue Dec 5
W 106 - 92@POR
Thu Dec 7
W 109 - 99@PHO
Sat Dec 9
L 112 - 113@LAC
Tue Dec 12
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Wed Dec 13
7:00 pm ET
Fri Dec 15
7:00 pm ET
Sun Dec 17
6:00 pm ET
Tue Dec 19
7:00 pm ET
Fri Dec 22
7:30 pm ET
Sat Dec 23
7:00 pm ET
Mon Dec 25
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Wed Dec 27
7:30 pm ET
Fri Dec 29
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Wizards' Ian Mahinmi: Day-to-day with sore knee
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Mahinmi is considered day-to-day due to a sore knee, Candace Buckner of the Washington Post reports.

Mahinmi was held out of Monday's practice and should be considered questionable heading into Tuesday's matchup with the Nets in Brooklyn. The 31-year-old has seen increased minutes of late, playing 25 and 24 minutes, respectively, in the Wizards' last two games. He had 10 points and eight rebounds Thursday in Phoenix and followed up with 14 points and three assists Saturday against the Clippers.

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Wizards' John Wall: Listed as out Tuesday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Wall (knee) is listed as out for Tuesday's game against the Nets, Zach Rosen of reports.

The designation comes courtesy of the team's game notes, which are subject to change before Tuesday night, so it's still somewhat possible that Wall could return to action. That said, it appears that, at this point, Washington is prepared to again be without Wall, who is working back from inflammation in his left knee. The All-Star went through a five-on-five practice Friday, and if he doesn't play Tuesday, the belief is that he'd likely return Wednesday against Memphis.

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Wizards' Otto Porter: Scores team-high 27 points
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Porter scored 27 points (10-16 FG, 4-8 3PT, 3-4 FT) to go with 11 rebounds, five assists and three steals across 35 minutes in Saturday's 113-112 loss to the Clippers.

On Saturday, Porter snapped out of his two game scoring rut in which he two and four points respectively. The Washington forward responded with a team-high 27 points against the Clippers. Porter's efficient 10-of-16 from the floor was highlighted by sinking 4-of-8 shots from beyond the arc. Porter has drastically improved his long-range game, shooting a career-best 45.9 percent on 3.9 shots per game. Porter will look to build upon his bounce back performance when Washington takes on Brooklyn on Tuesday.

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Wizards' Bradley Beal: Scores 25 points Saturday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Beal scored 25 points (8-21 FG, 5-11 3PT, 4-6 FT) to go along with two rebounds, three assists and one steal across 37 minutes in Saturday's 113-112 loss to the Clippers.

Beal has not missed a beat in the absence of John Wall, averaging points in the eight games since Wall's injury. The Washington guard's offensive game has not changed much from when Wall was in the lineup, averaging 19.1 shots versus his season average of 18.3 shots per game. In his eight games without Wall beside him in the backcourt, Beal is averaging 23.2 points. As a result, he is maintaining a career-best 23.8 points per game for the season.

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Wizards' John Wall: Participates in 5-on-5 practice
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Wall (knee) went through his first 5-on-5 practice Friday since being sidelined after receiving injections in his knee, though he'll remain out for Saturday's game against the Clippers, Candace Buckner of The Washington Post reports. According to Wall, his knee "felt great".

This is a big step in Wall's progress and coincides with a report on Thursday that suggested he "could make his return to the lineup by the middle of next week." After Saturday, his next chance to take the floor will come Tuesday against the Nets. More updates on his availability should emerge as he continues to practice with the team leading up to that game. In the meantime, Tomas Satoranksy and Tim Frazier will seemingly continue seeing expanded roles.

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2017-18 Team Leaders
PPGBradley Beal, SG23.8
RPGMarcin Gortat, PF8.6
APGTim Frazier, PG3.8
FG%Marcin Gortat, PF52.8
FT%Jodie Meeks, SG89.1
3P%Otto Porter, SF45.9
BLOCKSMarcin Gortat, PF17
STEALSOtto Porter, SF41
MPGBradley Beal, SG34.9
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