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Question of the Day
If the season ended today, the Wizards would hold the tiebreaker because of their 3-1 record against the Raptors this season.
“It’s nice to get back, but getting back means we’ve got to get some wins,” Mason said. “These last two losses hurt, but we’ve made these next few games that much more important.”
Last night at Energy Solutions Arena in Salt Lake City
SEEN AND HEARD
Daniels sprained what was already a problematic left wrist when he got his thumb caught in the jersey of Lakers forward Vladimir Radmanovic on Sunday. He left in the first quarter and did not return. Roger Mason Jr. started in his place against the Jazz. Mason has averaged 17.6 points and 3.1 assists in eight games as a starter.
“I’m not aware of their 32-4 home record. I’m really not. It’s more about how we play and how we compete. That’s what I’m looking at.”
— Eddie Jordan who discussed the difficulty of playing in Utah with a grin
BY THE NUMBERS
42 Points by which the Wizards fell to the Jazz, tying for the sixth-worst defeat in franchise history.
— Mike Jones
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