Sunday's Practice

Posted on January 14, 2013 by FantasticWiz

Jeremy Hyman - WashingtonWizards.com With the regular season a little over 48 hours away, the Wizards were back at practice on Sunday afternoon at Verizon Center for their last home practice before the season opener. The team was scheduled to practice at Verizon Center on Monday, but thanks to Hurricane Sandy the teams' travel plans were altered and they are tentatively set to take off for Cleveland early Monday morning. Head Coach Randy Wittman talked about the altered schedule along with the current roster situation after practice on Sunday. There was no update or upgrade on Nene (foot) or Kevin Seraphin (calf), so unless something changes between now and Tuesday night, the team will be without two of their key big men. Emeka Okafor and Trevor Ariza were held out of the final preseason game on Friday night, but are both expected to be in the lineup on Tuesday. Martell Webster also addressed the media and talked about the competitive camp the team went through and how ready he is for the regular season to be here. He also explained the mishap he had when coming home from the last road trip and how he ended up stranded in his car. Watch below to hear the story: As mentioned earlier, the Wizards are scheduled to practice in Cleveland tomorrow, so weather permitting we will be on the scene and posting a report from Cleveland. Until then, Jeremy Hyman

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Monday in Cleveland

January 14, 2013

Jeremy Hyman - WashingtonWizards.com The team has arrived in Cleveland and had a full practice today at Quicken Loans Arena. In order to beat Hurricane Sandy, the team flight was bumped up to 7am this morning which altered the practice schedule. They were originally supposed to practice at Verizon

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