There are more questions about the Wizards after Friday's 99-97 victory vs. the Miami Heat than there are answers.
Pick just about any segment of the fourth quarter, when the Wizards were outscored by 13 points by the Miami Heat, had seven turnovers and missed 8 of 11 shots, and it'll look the same.
If the Washington Wizards struggle in Friday's matchup against the Miami Heat, it won't be because of Dwyane Wade or Luol Deng.
Best of luck to those at the NBA league office tasked with sorting through the insane amount of activity that took place Thursday afternoon just before league's trade deadline.
Offensively, Monday's 107-86 blowout of the Miami Heat is as good as the Wizards have looked for four quarters all season.