Wizards Vs. Nuggets: John Wall, Wizards Visit Carmelo Anthony-Less Nuggets

The Wizards started their five-game swing out West with two losses. Of course, that makes 33 road losses in 34 tries. No surprises here. Washington almost topped the Clippers in double-overtime on Wednesday. Friday's Wizards vs. Nuggets matchup is another chance for a win, but it's going to be tougher.

Denver hasn't lost at home since dealing Carmelo Anthony. The Wizards don't win on the road. Can you see the writing on the Pepsi Center wall?

It's going to be tough to top the NBA Fun Time Party that was Blake Griffin vs. JaVale McGee on Wednesday. Those two combine for some super dunks and spectacular blocks, which were chronicled by Tom Ziller over at the dot com.

It'll be interesting to see if the Wizards can build on their last game. They're getting close-game reps. Next comes learning how to turn those into wins. Again, this might not be the game for that.

Good news: The Wizards are likely to get Nick Young back, according to Michael Lee, who says Young would come off the bench. Washington is still without Andray Blatche, Josh Howard, and Rashard Lewis, who might not play again this season.

What an NCAA Tournament? Let's watch the Wizards!

As always, rumble over to Bullets Forever for more Wizards goodness. And SB Nation Denver for the other side.

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