Glenn Consor breaks down just how the Wizards pulled out a Game 2 victory over Chicago.
CSNWashington.com Wizards Insider J. Michael joined Kay Adams on NBCSports.com's PBT Extra to talk about Washington's hot start in its opening-round playoff series against Chicago.
Trevor Ariza quietly scored 18 points in Game 1 on just eight shots and took away the Bulls' best offensive weapon, D.J. Augustin, down the stretch of Game 2.
After years of fragmented locker rooms, the Wizards have monthly gatherings that happen only if everyone attends. They believe that has translated into a 2-0 lead vs. the Bulls.
John Wall and Bradley Beal may be playing in their first playoff series, but coach Randy Wittman wants both players to keep attacking the Bulls with confidence.