Maybe we jinxed them.
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Maybe we jinxed them.
First pair of Wizards to score 30 or more since together Gilbert Arenas and Antawn Jamison in 2009.
The Wizards-Lakers game is only a couple minutes into the fourth quarter, but Nene has 25 on 11-of-19 shooting and John Wall has 18 points, 8 dimes and a couple reminders he's one of the most athletic point guards in the NBA.
The Wizards dominated most of their game against Cleveland tonight.
During Oklahoma City's overtime victory over the Washington Wizards yesterday, the Thunder stormed back from a double digit deficit to force OT.
Historically, this has been one of the most competitive positions in the entire NBA.
The NBA is a player's league, so it's easy for some to get caught up in drafting long-time All-Stars over up-and-coming studs.
We fell asleep at some point in the third quarter, and when we woke to see the Lakers were back in it, we thought it was an entirely different game.
The Heat-Clippers showdown got undermined in the last three weeks by Chris Paul's hurt kneecap and a flu strain that made most Miami players sick before the game.
The last time Rudy Gay posted up Evan Turner, the Sixers appointed nerd damn near ripped Gay's arm out of his socket.
The Wizards won the game on a wild Jordan Crawford three-pointer, but Damian Lillard had maybe the nastiest highlight of the night with this serious facial on Nene's head.
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Kyle O'Quinn comes off of a perfect screen roll and posterizes Nene with a huge slam.
Nene blocks Dion Waiters' 4-foot jumper as Bradley Beal takes it to the other end and assists a three point shot made by Martell Webster.
You may have seen it yesterday, the comment Washington rookie guard Bradley Beal made about his moribund, (at the time) 0-11 team's psyche, or what's still left of it.
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Saturday morning, things looked pretty good for the Heat: All they had to do was beat the craptastic Wizards at home, and if the Bulls lost to the Mavs in a game that injury-racked Derrick Rose (head, shoulders, knees, toes) probably wouldn't play in, Miami would be in prime position to snatch the No.