BROOKLYN -- A crisis has been averted, at least for now, with Saturday's 99-90 victory vs. the Brooklyn Nets at Barclays Center as the Wizards drew 1-1 in the season series.
Instead of my usual takeaways -- that'll come after the Wizards play the Brooklyn Nets for the second time in a row Saturday -- let's look at what they must fix to turn things around after Friday'
Rick Carlisle, before he coached his Dallas Mavericks to a blowout victory vs. the Wizards last month, had a sense of what it would take to beat them. "This is a great rebounding team.
With their second win in a row vs. the Chicago Bulls, 105-99 on Wednesday, the Wizards (27-12) are on a nice run heading into a weekend back-to-back with the Brooklyn Nets.
Kevin Seraphin's top scoring game and perhaps best all-around performance of the season came not just against the defending NBA champion San Antonio Spurs, but versus two players that know him qui