While the Wizards (29-48) play on with the goal of ending the season saying, "We're No. 9," three of their five remaining opponents are playing for postseason position.
It doesn't make much sense that two of the Wizards' five wins this season have come against last year's NBA finalists, Miami and most recently Oklahoma City.
It's been well documented how the Wizards have had a knack of finding new ways to lose this season.The latest was an incredible scoreless drought at Miami, resulting in yet another defeat.
MIAMI (AP) -- LeBron James scored 24 points and the Miami Heat had a rebounding edge for a change Sunday to beat the woeful Washington Wizards 99-71.