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Wizards Vs. Pistons: Washington Looks To Solve Road Issues In Detroit

The Washington Wizards are 4-2 at home this season, which is great. Unfortunately, they are 0-5 on the road, which explains why they are 4-7 this season. Tonight, they look to get their first road win when they take on the struggling Detroit Pistons in Detroit.

It remains unclear what happens with John Wall. The Wizards point guard has been out of action for a week with a sprained left foot, but he was working out before the game in an attempt to go. Michael Lee of the Washington Post is reporting that Wall is on the active list, but will not start. He was doing the Dougie before the game, which is a good sign about his health.

UPDATE: Wall will not play. he Pistons are struggling, at just 4-8 this season. In an attempt to deal with the Wizards' frontcourt athleticism, they have replaced Austin Daye with Jason Maxiell in the starting lineup. This is a good chance for Washington to get their elusive first road win.