Posted on November 18, 2013

The Wizards will practice today at Verizon Center at 11 a.m. in preparation for tomorrow night’s matchup against the Minnesota Timberwolves. It is the first of two meetings between Washington and Minnesota as the two will face off again on Dec. 27.

Washington has several players ranked as league leaders… Wall is 3rd in the NBA in assists per game at 9.1, Webster is 7th in the NBA in free throw percentage at .947, Ariza is 8th in the NBA in steals per game at 2.1, Gortat is 10th in the NBA in blocks per game at 1.78 and Beal is 1st in the NBA in minutes per game at 40.1.

Must Read/See/Watch Material:

Washington Post: Inability to close out games continues to hamper Washington Wizards / Wizards coach Randy Wittman’s search leads him back to Jan Vesely / Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov is the second most interesting man in the world

CSN Washington: Morning tip: Can Wizards depend on Vesely? / Temple pushes ahead in Wizards' rotation

MonumentalNetwork.com: Moving Forward After Lost Weekend / Ailing Wizards Face Key Four-game Stretch / Wizards' Defensive Lapses Lead To Fourth Straight Loss

Timberwolves Clips:

Minnesota Star Tribune: Robbie Hummel doesn't try to do too much for Wolves / Wolves Daily: Getting busy with five games in seven days

St. Paul Pioneer Press: Minnesota Timberwolves: Nikola Pekovic picks up scoring slack as Wolves protect home court / Timberwolves 106, Celtics 88: Minnesota wins with balanced offense


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November 15, 2013

The Wizards will practice today at Verizon Center in preparation for tomorrow night's matchup against Cleveland.