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2018 Schedule
14-13, 1st in Southeast
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Wizards fall to Nets (0:59)
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Nets beat Wizards 103-98

Rondae Hollis-Jefferson and Caris LeVert each scored 16 points, and the Brooklyn Nets overcame blowing a double-digit second-half lead and took advantage of a costly mistake by the Washington Wizards in the final seconds to pull out a 103-98 victory...

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Oubre scoops it home through contact (0:19)
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Beal finishes in transition with authority (0:16)

Brian Windhorst ESPN Senior Writer 

John Wall has had several good workouts over the last week. If he doesn't have any setbacks, the plan is for him to return tomorrow when the Wizards host the Grizzlies, sources said. He's missed three weeks after receiving PRP treatment in his left knee.

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Wiz left scratching heads after loss to Clippers

After a video replay, the Wizards were given another chance against the Clippers, but this time the game clock was set to 1.1 seconds, not 1.2. Marcin Gortat was forced to take a contested 21-foot jump shot that missed, ending the game.

Lawrence Murray ESPN.com 

Here is the explanation of the last 1.2 (or 1.1) seconds of the Wizards-Clippers game from officiating crew chief Bill Spooner. Bradley Beal said that the refs called Rule 13; 1A - 5 as the "tough s*** rule".

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Williams' big shot gives Clippers victory over the Wizards (1:37)
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Beal goes through contact to hit clutch and-1 (0:36)

Lawrence Murray ESPN.com 

Austin Rivers made a second-chance three-pointer with 12 seconds left to give Clippers a 110-109 lead. Bradley Beal answered with a drive, layup, and free throw after Wesley Johnson foul. Then Lou Williams answered with a three over Beal with 1.2 left. Beal appeared to take too long to get last shot off, but clock started too early. Wizards got a do-over, but Marcin Gortat missed. Clippers win 113-112. Williams with 35 off the bench.

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Wizards' ball movement sets up Beal's 3-pointer (0:21)

Lawrence Murray ESPN.com 

Bradley Beal scored 16 of his 18 points in the third quarter to help erase a 14-point Clippers lead. But Lou Willams has a game-high 26 points as the Clippers lead the Wizards 85-81 entering the fourth quarter.

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Porter Jr. throws down one-handed jam on fast break (0:21)
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Gortat finishes strongly for an and-1 (0:19)

Lawrence Murray ESPN.com 

Wizards started this game on a 13-0 run in LA. They now trail by 13 at halftime, 62-49. Clippers outscored Wizards 60-34 over the last 19:30 of the first half, and have three players in double figures (Danilo Gallinari with 16, Lou Williams with 13, Austin Rivers with 11). Bradley Beal with only 2 points on 1/7 FGs.

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Scott finishes through contact with left hand (0:22)
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Porter Jr. drills 3-pointer in transition (0:23)
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Lawrence Murray ESPN.com 

Over the last seven games (since John Wall has been out), no one has assisted Bradley Beal more than Marcin Gortat. Doc Rivers and Scott Brooks discussed Gortat's passing ability before the game.

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Lawrence Murray ESPN.com 

Scott Brooks with an update on John Wall. Says Wall will practice in Brooklyn tomorrow but is still considered day-to-day. No target date set in stone.

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Lawrence Murray ESPN.com 

Bradley Beal has scored 85 points in his last two games, making 15/20 midrange field goals. Clippers rookie wings C.J. Williams and Sindarius Thornwell, along with coach Doc Rivers, discussed the challenges of containing Beal.

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Wall dreaming of ankle breakers on Christmas (0:10)
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Wizards roll behind Beal's 34 points (1:27)
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Beal at it again (0:58)
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Wall asks Beal the hard-hitting questions (0:40)

Team Stats

Points Per Game106.114th
Rebounds Per Game42.817th
Assists Per Game22.119th
Points Allowed104.0Tied-12th

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Team History

YEARWLPCT
2017-181413.519
2016-174933.598
2015-164141.500
2014-154636.561
2013-144438.537