Bradley Beal could be seen getting treatment to his left leg for a long stretch of the third quarter of Game 4, but he doesn't believe it'll bother him for Game 5 Tuesday at the Indiana Pacers.
After another slumbering start, one that extended deep into the third quarter, Roy Hibbert's game powered on.
In Game 4, it was 33-17. In Game 3, 26-12. In Game 2, 25-19. What about Game 1, the Wizards' only victory in this series vs. the Indiana Pacers? Try 19-13.
Washington's final offensive play kept them from getting a shot in the waning seconds of Game 4. Trevor Ariza boiled the issue down to one simple point.