Nene and Bradley Beal combined to score 50 points as the Wizards held off a late surge led by Kyrie Irving to win their second game in a row. Analysis here.
Despite Bradley Beal being the focus of opposing defenses, he's playing through the physical tactics and finding his groove with John Wall setting him up.
The Wizards are playing games on consecutive nights, but they're confident that this result will be different in Cleveland.
The loss to the Cavaliers less than a week ago still bothers the Wizards, who blew a 16-point lead and allowed Kyrie Irving to single-handedly beat them with 41 points.