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Hilario had his best shooting night of the season, shooting 80 percent (8-for-10) from the floor in a win over the Heat on Friday.

The Brazilian also had his second highest point total of the season, dropping 22 in the victory. He also grabbed six boards and didn't turn the ball over once in 26 minutes of action. Hilario continues to come off the bench as well, with Kris Humphries starting, but is filling the box score nonetheless in over 20 minutes per game.

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Hilario came off the bench again Tuesday in a win over the Timberwolves, playing 21 minutes and scoring 11 points (4-7 FG, 3-5 FT) and grabbing seven rebounds.

This was the fourth game that Hilario has come off the bench since returning from a knee injury. The Wizards' performance certainly hasn't suffered with the Brazilian coming off the bench and with Kris Humphries starting, so this could be a permanent situation.

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Hilario came off the bench again on Sunday and played a solid role for his team. He put up 10 points (5-8 FG, 0-1 FT), six rebounds, and one block in 23 minutes.

Nene has been back for three games now and can put up strong lines for a bench player. However, his upside is limited as he is entering the later years of his career and now plays limited minutes off of the bench. He's a valuable piece for a roster in need of experience, but as long as he's playing under 30 minutes he is only a fantasy option for desperate owners.

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Hilario (knee) came off the bench Wednesday, scoring 12 points (6-8 FG) with six rebounds and a block in 21 minutes.

He's had trouble staying healthy so far this season, but look for Nene to get back in the starting lineup once he demonstrates he can handle a full workload.

Nene PF/C WAS 11 Days

Hilario (knee) will play Wednesday against the Magice.

Nene took part in shootaround Wednesday morning, making him a likely candidate to return to the court after a one-game absence. it hasn't been announced whether or not he will start or if he will be limited, but he should receive a good chunk of minutes assuming he is good to go.

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Hilario (knee) took part in shootaround and is questionable to play Wednesday.

Nene recently missed five straight games before returning to play in two, but that injury is separate from the knee issue he's currently going through. In the two games Nene played between these two injuries, he averaged just 17 minutes and 6.5 points, so you may want to sit him Wednesday, regardless on if he plays or not.

Nene PF/C WAS 13 Days

Hilario (knee) won't take the court Monday against the Celtics.

Following a five-game absence to tend to plantar fasciitis in his right foot, Hilario played both Friday and Sunday, averaging 6.5 points (on 33 percent shooting), seven rebounds, and one steal in 17 minutes. However, with a third outing in four nights, he'll take a seat, as Kris Humphries mans power forward in the starting five.

Nene PF/C WAS 13 Days

Hilario (foot) recorded five points (2-8 FG, 1-4 FT), six rebounds and a block in Sunday's 101-93 loss to the Celtics.

After missing five consecutive games due to plantar fasciitis in his right foot, Nene returned to log 18 and 16 minutes off the bench in a pair of games over the weekend. He's still somewhat limited by the injury, which could be a lingering issue throughout the season. Nene will likely return to the starting lineup at some point, but for now, Kris Humphries figures to stay in the starting five.

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Hilario (foot) will be active Friday.

It's still unclear if Hilario will actually take the court, although he was not listed as inactive before the mandated pregame lineup cards were submitted. He's also not listed as a starter, with Kris Humphries getting the nod.

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Hilario (foot) will be a game-time decision after participating in pregame moments Friday against the Nuggets.

Hilario came into Friday listed as questionable, although there's a real possibility that he'll be able to play against the Nuggets. If he's ultimately unable to take the court, Kris Humphries will likely get the start.