Kevin Seraphin PF/C WAS 1 Month

Kevin Seraphin moved back to the bench with Marcin Gortat (back) active, playing one minute against the Lakers on Friday.

The Wizards have been holding his hand since training camp and they're probably about ready to give up on him as a reliable player in their rotation. Seraphin can be cut in basically all leagues with how Drew Gooden has stepped it up.

Kevin Seraphin PF/C WAS 1 Month

Kevin Seraphin started in place of Marcin Gortat (back) on Thursday at Portland, playing 19 minutes for four points, two boards and two blocks on 2-of-7 from the field.

He was fine to start the game, but he just looked out of shape as the game went on. Seraphin probably didn't do enough to move ahead of Trevor Booker or Drew Gooden once Gortat comes back, so he's really just a fill-in. Gortat's injury sounds like a day-to-day issue and the fact that Seraphin couldn't get off the bench on Tuesday doesn't bode well for him.

Kevin Seraphin PF/C WAS 1 Month

Kevin Seraphin is starting against the Blazers on Thursday in place of Marcin Gortat (back).

He didn't even get off the bench on Tuesday, so the Wizards might not count on him much. Seraphin was playing well just before Nene (knee) went down, so tonight is a massive opportunity for him.

Kevin Seraphin PF/C WAS 1 Month

Kevin Seraphin (knee) returned to the court on Friday and played seven minutes.

Seraphin hit 2-of-3 shots for four points and two boards, and until he shows he can play double-digit minutes he has no fantasy value even with Nene out.

Kevin Seraphin PF/C WAS 1 Month

Kevin Seraphin (knee) is available to play against the Bobcats on Wednesday.

He's missed seven games with knee soreness and there has been no word of anything structurally wrong. The return of Seraphin makes the power forward spot even murkier with Drew Gooden and Trevor Booker, so most fantasy owners may want to steer clear here. We'll let you know how he fares tonight after logging 25 games in his last game on Feb. 23.

Kevin Seraphin PF/C WAS 1 Month

Kevin Seraphin (knee) practiced fully on Tuesday and he's probable to return to action vs. Charlotte on Wednesday.

Seraphin hasn't played in three weeks and his minutes will likely be limited at first, but he's worth keeping an eye on if you want to pluck a center off the waiver wire. Al Harrington, Drew Gooden and Chris Singleton have been backing up starters Marcin Gortat and Trevor Booker, and it's not far-fetched to imagine Seraphin carving out a substantial role off the bench.

Kevin Seraphin PF/C WAS 1 Month

Kevin Seraphin (knee) will not play against the Heat on Monday.

He's been out since Feb. 23 and there is still no timetable for him to return. Seraphin is dealing with knee soreness, so it's a surprise to see him out for so long without a particular diagnosis. Drew Gooden has come on while Trevor Booker has faded in the starting lineup.

Kevin Seraphin PF/C WAS 2 Months

Kevin Seraphin will miss Saturday's game with a lingering knee injury.

He hasn't played in six straight games as Trevor Booker continues to solidify his spot in the rotation. The eventual return of Seraphin will hurt Booker's production, but for now, Booker is a decent play in most leagues.

Kevin Seraphin PF/C WAS 2 Months

Kevin Seraphin (knee) sat out Friday's practice and remains day-to-day.

Seraphin's knee issue was originally through to be mere soreness, but Saturday will likely mark his sixth straight game on the sideline. He's blown a golden opportunity with Nene sidelined. Trevor Booker will continue to start at power forward, but his minutes are shaky because he often sits when opponents go small.

Kevin Seraphin PF/C WAS 2 Months

Kevin Seraphin (knee) will miss a fifth straight game on Wednesday but he does not expect to need surgery.

He didn't do much during Tuesday's practice and his knee remains swollen, clouding his status for the near future. With Nene also on the sidelines the Wizards will continue to lean heavily on starters Marcin Gortat and Trevor Booker, with help from backups Chris Singleton, Al Harrington and newcomer Drew Gooden.