Posted on December 10, 2013

Washington held Denver to an opponent season low 75 points but were unable to get the win. The previous opponent season low came on 12/2 vs. Orlando when they held the Magic to 80 points.

Trevor Booker tallied season-highs with 12 points and 12 rebounds for his first double-double of the season. John Wall finished with 20 points, eight assists, five rebounds and three steals. He has now scored 20+ points nine times this season. Rookie guard Glen Rice made his first career start scoring a career-high seven points and adding three rebounds in 28 minutes.

The Wizards are off today and will practice again Wednesday at Verizon Center.

The Wizards have officially kicked off their #NBAGIVEBIG #WAS campaign with Martell Webster, our team Ambassador—please look for tweets and Instagram messages from Webster and teammates!! @MartellWebster and MARTELLWEBSTER.

Must Read/See/Watch Material:

Monumental Network: In the End it Just Didn't Add Up for the Wizards / One Step Forward - One Step Back


Washington Post: Wizards vs. Nuggets: Washington loses second straight game, 75-74 / Wizards’ Bradley Beal to increase basketball activities, Al Harrington has knee surgery / Nene, Webster out; Rice Jr. makes first start

CSN Washington: Wake-up call: More Trevor Bookers needed / Instant analysis: Nuggets 75, Wizards 74


Bleacher Report: Is John Wall Making the Leap to the Next Level?

Bullets Forever: Wizards vs. Nuggets: Wiz let the game slip through their fingers / Bradley Beal injury update: Wizards' G cleared to 'increase basketball activities' / Al Harrington to miss at least 4 weeks with injured knee / Magical Pixels, Wizards vs. Nuggets: Bench remains a problem, but fill-in starters show well

Truth About It: D.C. Council Opening Statements: Wizards vs Nuggets, Game 20

Atlanta Hawks Clips


Atlanta Constitution: Three keys to 108-89 victory over Cavaliers  / Williams’ playing time no longer solely based on knee restrictions

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December 09, 2013

Bradley Beal has been cleared to increase basketball activities, Harrington undergoes procedure.