That the Wizards, coming off an eight-day vacation after the All-Star break, could turn in such a clunker at home against a conference rival is stunning.
Against another top team in the East, the Wizards again have lost their grip on a head-to-head matchup that could heavily impact the postseason seedings with Friday's 127-89 loss to the Cleveland
This is what is known about the Wizards (33-21), fluctuating between the Nos. 3-5 seeds in the East, going into the final 28 games of this regular season and with Thursday's 3 p.m.
This statistical nugget jumped out at me this week.
The season series already is lost with the Toronto Raptors, but the Wizards' star player John Wall believes winning tonight's game before the All-Star break is a must and it has nothing to do with