The Wizards can play defense with the best of them, as they showed in Game 4, and coach Randy Wittman has emphasized that's what it will take to close out the Bulls.
The Wizards knew it would take a team effort to win Game 4, but they were up to the task.
Mike Dunleavy torched the Wizards and boastful Bradley Beal in Game 3. The second-year guard turned the defensive tables in Washington's Game 4 win.
The Wizards were without their big man for Game 4, but still managed the big win.
With Nene out of Game 4, Trevor Ariza was able to get more looks en route to a persona-playoff high 30 points and Trevor Booker's energy grew contagious.