After taking over down the stretch and helping Washington to a 105-103 win over the Heat, John Wall said this is exactly what he wants.
Nene scored throughout, Bradley Beal stole the show late and the Wizards notched a comeback victory over the Miami Heat to match the best start in franchise history.
The Wizards still are wary of Heat, even though they've lost eight of 12 games at home and won't have Chris Bosh (CSN, CSNwashington.com and NBC Sports Live Extra, 5:30 p.m. ET).
If the Wizards had kept the No. 46 draft pick, forward Rasual Butler probably wouldn't be here, neither would that player and it would've cost salary cap space.
Kevin Durant left Thursday night's game with an apparent injury after appearing to roll his ankle.