In the last three minutes of Monday's game, Bradley Beal thought he'd be on the bench as he eases back from a stress injury to his right leg, but the Wizards needed him to win.
When the Knicks gave the ball to Carmelo Anthony, the Wizards were smart enough to collapse on him and not give him a look 1-on-1.
The game against the Knicks should've been a blowout, but the Wizards lost a 15-point edge in the third quarter to make it a nail-biter. How can that be fixed?
The Nets have been more competitive with Deron Williams now back in control of the point, but the Wizards could have Nene back in addition to Bradley Beal as both teams struggle to get back to .500.