The hot-button issue of the Washington Wizards' 96-85 loss to the Detroit Pistons is clear: why did Emeka Okafor, who scored 20 points and grabbed nine rebounds in the first three quarters, sit throughout the fourth? Wizards coach Randy Wittman offered this explanation after the game.

Via Michael Lee:

"Looking back on it, it was a situation that they went small," Wittman said, when asked if he contemplated inserting Okafor in the fourth quarter. "Probably have to pull Nene and put him in. I thought about it, yeah. . . .