Remember those early-season criticisms, and borderline meltdowns, from coach Randy Wittman when he addressed the Wizards' head-scratching letdowns?
Playing on the road makes the NBA unpredictable, especially when its two games in three days and a team, such as the Wizards, is coming off a triple-overtime game.
In their first triple-overtime game since 1975, the Wizards went 2-for-1 Thursday by beating the Toronto Raptors for the first time in four tries and surpassed their win total from 2012-13.
The Toronto Raptors are one of two teams the Wizards haven't beaten in the East. In three meetings, the Wizards have failed and lost by an average of 10 points.