Wizards coach Randy Wittman was happy with the overall performance in their 96-93 win
Just how exactly did John Wall hit a backwards layup while falling down on Friday night against the Bulls? He tries to explain.
With the Bulls down three and one possession to tie it, Nene blocked a jumper from Chicago's Jimmy Butler to seal a win for Washington.
The Wizards shot better than 50 percent for the third game in a row and got back to .500 in a game that ended when Nene blocked the Bulls' final shot attempt to tie score.
Mike Dunleavy did all he could, but John Wall still finished a backwards layup in transition on Friday night. Watch the replay here.