It wasn't that Drew Gooden and Al Harrington were able to score. It was how they did it, even if it came vs. a team in the Utah Jazz that's not exactly adept at defending.
Earlier in the season, this is the kind of the game the Wizards would let their guard down and lose. That doesn't appear to be the case anymore.
It's impossible to not look at the big picture with 22 games left in the season for the Wizards. They're in the tenuous No. 5 spot in the East with the Chicago Bulls (33-27) slightly ahead at No.
This must feel like Groundhog Day for the Wizards, but at least this time when they squandered a chance to get over .500 it happened on the road.