Jared Sullinger


One of the few bright spots remaining from the wreckage of Monday's loss to the Charlotte Bobcats is Bradley Beal, who escaped a shooting funk for the Wizards. 


For whatever reason, the Wizards find ways to not beat teams that they should at Verizon Center.


The table is set for the Wizards to finally get over .500, and for the first time this late in a season since 2008, on Wednesday.


Trevor Ariza scored 27 points and hit a 3-pointer that capped a fourth-quarter run that carried the Washington Wizards to a 106-99 comeback win over the Boston Celtics on Saturday.