Nene PF/C WAS 7 Hrs

Hilario (foot) returned from a one-game absence and provided 16 points (6-12 FG, 4-6 FT) in the overtime loss to the Raptors on Saturday. He played 38 minutes.

Hilario missed the loss to the Suns on Wednesday, so he was well-rested against Toronto. In his last four games, he has averaged 10.2 points and 3.8 rebounds.

Nene PF/C WAS 12 Hrs

Hilario (foot) is starting Saturday against the Raptors.

Hilario sat out the Wizards' last game Wednesday as a result of discomfort in his right foot. However, with three days between contests, he should replicate his averages of 11.1 points (on 52 percent shooting), 5.2 rebounds, two assists, and 1.2 steals in 25 minutes per outing.

Nene PF/C WAS 3 Days

Hilario won't play Wednesday at Phoenix due to a sore right foot.

Hilario has dealt with an array of injuries to his ankle, foot, knee, and shoulder this season, so his absence shouldn't come as much of surprise. Expect Kris Humphries to enter the starting lineup in Hilario's place.

Nene PF/C WAS 21 Days

Hilario scored 14 points (6-8 FG, 2-2 FT), backed up by six rebounds, and a steal in 27 minutes on Sunday.

Nene has been playing at least 25 minutes a game over the month of January and is providing decent value as the starting power forward for the Wizards. He may be losing minutes to Kris Humphries and Kevin Seraphin, but he's still making the most of his time on court, albeit as the fourth or fifth option on the court. His days of big rebounding totals are behind him, but he will provide efficiency for those looking for a steady line over upside.

Nene PF/C WAS 24 Days

Hilario scored 20 points (8-13 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 4-6 FT) with six rebounds, four assists and a steal in 24 minutes during Wednesday's win over the Knicks.

It's Nene's best performance since returning to the starting lineup right after Christmas, but his minutes remain limited and his fantasy utility is still restricted to deeper leagues.

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Hilario (ankle) started and scored 12 points (6-11 FG) to go with one rebound, three assists, and one steal in 27 minutes against the Thunder Friday.

Hilario left the Wizards' last game, a loss to the Mavericks on Tuesday, with a sprained ankle. He was able to play through the soreness on Friday, despite having missed Thursday's practice. While his stat line is not obviously impressive, he exceeded his season average in points, assists, and field goal percentage, matched his season average in steals, and only fell short in rebounds. Hilario's modest, but consistent production lends itself well to daily games and deep leagues, but he can be safely ignored in standard leagues.

Nene PF/C WAS 30 Days

Hilario said he will play through ankle soreness Friday in Oklahoma City, Jorge Castillo of the Washington Post reports.

Hilario has a long history of struggling with nagging ailments, but he apparently doesn't view the most recent issue as being particularly serious. If Hilario is limited in any way, it could lead to more minutes for Kris Humphries.

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Hilario (ankle) did not practice Thursday, CSN Mid-Atlantic reports.

Hilario is still recovering from a sprained ankle suffered in Tuesday's game. It remains to be seen if the setback will prevent him from playing in the Wizards' next game Friday, but the team figures to provide an update on his health sometime beforehand.

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Hilario suffered a sprained left ankle Tuesday and is questionable to return.

He had seven points and four rebounds in 16 minutes prior to exiting, and Kris Humphries should handle the work at power forward in his absence. Consider him day-to-day and questionable for Friday's game.

Nene PF/C WAS 1 Month

Hilario returned to the starting lineup Thursday against the Knicks, scoring 12 points (6-8 FG, 0-1 FT) in 24 minutes, but grabbing only two rebounds.

This was Hilario's first start since returning earlier this month from a foot injury. Kris Humphries had been starting in his place. Hilario is a mediocre option at best this season. His rebounding numbers are on pace to be his lowest of his career, and he's shooting just 47.8 percent from the floor, which is 49th among all power forwards.