After getting fired up at practice last week, John Wall yelled "f--- you" at coach Scott Brooks and has now been fined for it, league sources told ESPN.
2019 ScheduleAll times ET
- 10/1L 124-121
- 10/5W 121-114
- 10/8W 110-98
- 10/10W 102-97
- 10/12W 140-111
- 10/18L 113-112
- 10/20L 117-113
- 10/22W 125-124
- 10/24L 144-122
- 10/26L 116-112
- 10/28L 136-104
- 10/30L 107-95
- 11/2L 134-111
- 11/4W 108-95
- 11/6L 119-100
- 11/9L 117-108
- 11/10W 116-110
- 11/12W 117-109
- 11/14W 119-95
- 11/16L 115-104
- 11/18L 119-109
- 11/20h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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Windhorst, Bontemps and Friedell discuss Draymond's injury, Celtics' progression, Wizards dysfunction and more
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Bradley Beal scored 20 points, Otto Porter added 15 and the Washington Wizards beat the undermanned Cleveland Cavaliers 119-95 on Wednesday night for their third straight victory.
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John Wall had 25 points and 10 assists, Bradley Beal added 21 points and the Washington Wizards won consecutive games for the first time this season, beating the Orlando Magic 117-109 on Monday night.