Surprisingly, the Wizards had Bradley Beal in the starting lineup Saturday but it was a season-high 21 points from Drew Gooden that put them over the top in a 101-94 win vs. the Nets.
John Wall leaves Deron Williams in his dust with this nice euro-step move.
Bradley Beal was able to go through an extensive warmup before Saturday's game vs. the Brooklyn Nets and won't miss a start because of his ankle sprain.
The shots weren't falling in for John Wall, but coach Randy Wittman encouraged him to shoot out of his slump as the Wizards beat the Magic despite shooting just 40%.
Brooklyn was a team in a tailspin in the first two meetings won by Washington, but the roster has been revamped and the Nets are playing like a playoff team. Watch Wizards Central at 6:30!