Posted on November 15, 2013

The Wizards will practice today at Verizon Center at 11 a.m. in preparation for tomorrow night’s matchup against the Cleveland Cavaliers. It will be their first of four meeting against the Cavs. Washington went 0-3 against Cleveland last season.

Washington has several players ranked among league leaders in multiple categories including: Gortat 12th in rebounding at 9.8, Wall 4th in assists at 8.8, Webster 10th in free throw percentage at .933, Ariza 9th in steals per game at 2.1, Gortat 7th in blocks per game at 2.0 and Beal 4th in minutes per game at 39.2.

As a team, Washington is ranked in the Top 10 in three-point field goal percentage (6th), assists per game (8th) and steals per game (8th).

Must Read/See/Watch Material:

Washington Post: Washington Wizards guard John Wall needs to improve his play for the team to succeed / Nene’s frustration with Washington Wizards’ early-season play boils over after loss to Spurs / Wizards’ Martell Webster back in familiar position

CSN Washington: Morning tip: Wizards not alone at the bottom / Wall shouldn't miss time because of eye

Bullets Forever: Trevor Ariza injury: Wizards' F likely out vs. Cleveland with hamstring injury / The Wizards have a major bench problem

Yahoo Sports: Washington Wizards: Bradley Beal Off to an Impressive Start

Monumental Network: Wizards continue quest for consistency.



Cavaliers Clips

Cleveland Plain Dealer: Cleveland Cavaliers still believe in the process, even after season’s worst loss /

Cleveland Cavaliers center Andrews Bynum will miss the next two games to attend to personal, family matter

Akron Beacon Journal: Cavaliers’ defense faltering but coach Mike Brown remains upbeat

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November 14, 2013

Washington suffered a 92-79 loss to the Spurs last night in San Antonio. The team will have today off and practice tomorrow at Verizon Center.