Game Day ClevelandPosted on January 14, 2013 by DJ-WizardsRadio
Dave Johnson and Glenn Consor here in Cleveland and ready for tonight's pre-season game. This month is about discovering how different combinations work together. Head coach Randy Wittman said to expect a different starting lineup tonight. TONIGHT'S GAME IS ON 1500 AM AND ON washingtonwizards.com We start our coverage at 7:30 PM with an interview with Randy Wittman. Please feel free to post questions. Jeremy Hyman - WashingtonWizards.com The Wizards play the first of seven straight road preseason games tonight in Cleveland at Quicken Loans Arena. This will be a preview of the season opener on October 30th. After allowing the Bobcats to shoot 46 free throws on Sunday, the Wizards did a better job of limiting their fouls on Thursday against the Knicks where they held them to just 28 free throws. However, the Knicks were stay able to come out on top, thanks to 18 made three-pointers. Tonight, the Wizards will need to do a better job defending the perimeter if they want to get their first win of the preseason. Head Coach Randy Wittman said that the team will use some different lineups on the floor then what we've seen thus far, so that will be something to watch. Watch Wittman Interview Jordan Crawford also spoke about getting adjusted to different lineups and looked forward to going on the road and getting these games in when he addressed the media on Friday. Watch Crawford Interview Bradley Beal has played well in both preseason games and tonight he will get to play against the player drafted right after him at #4 in Dion Waiters. Remember that tonight's game will not be televised but you can listen to the game on radio on 1500 AM with Dave Johnson and Glenn Consor on the call. Use #WizCavs when talking about the game on Twitter Projected Starting Lineups Wizards: G-Price, G-Crawford, F-Ariza, F-Vesely, C-Seraphin Cavs G-Irving, G-Miles, F-Gee, F-Thompson, C-Varejao Injury Update Trevor Booker (hamstring) returned to practice on Friday but was only a limited participant and likely will not play tonight. Emeka Okafor (virus) is still recovering from food poisoning and will also likely miss tonight's game. John Wall (knee) and Nene (foot) will both be out as they recover from their injuries.
We have made it here to New York after last night's 99-95 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers. Below is the game recap. awizattcavsps Bradley Beal continues to show he is ready for the NBA. Brian Cook reminded us of his value with his ability to shoot from the outside. When Cook is in the game, it