In what appeared to be a blowout, the Wizards came unraveled after a 75-point first half -- their best of the season -- and held off a late charge to win for the second time in as many meetings at
The small lineup of the Milwaukee Bucks has given the Wizards trouble, but now that they've been forced to play "small ball," too, since Nene's injury they should be better prepared to defend.
Three three-pointers per game with 21 left is a tall order, even for Trevor Ariza who has made 63.2% of them in this eight-game stretch for the Wizards. They've won seven of them.
Earlier in the season, this is the kind of the game the Wizards would let their guard down and lose. That doesn't appear to be the case anymore.