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Bucks drop Wizards to 0-20 away from home
“We can’t let guys like that pick us apart,” Wall said.
Wall found McGee for a one-handed alley-oop slam by McGee on a touch pass that left the No. 1 overall pick giving a celebratory salute that put Washington up 60-59 midway through the third quarter.
That would be Washington’s last lead.
“We can’t just wait until we get home,” Rashard Lewis said. “We’ve got to find a way to start winning on the road.”
“It’s been like musical chairs, we’ve been rotating bodies. Sometimes you might have certain guys, sometimes you might not,” Dooling said. “We’ve got to concentrate on our brand of basketball. That’s playing hard on the defensive end, executing on offense and playing together.”
Notes: Delfino said he hopes to practice for the first time since his concussion on Thursday. … Bogut and McGee are first and second, respectively, in the NBA in blocks per game. … Bogut’s ‘NBA Dream Package’ auction to raise funds for victims in recent Australian flooding was at slightly more than $35,000 before Wednesday’s game. Bogut is flying four people anywhere in the world to the U.S. to see games in Milwaukee and Los Angeles with multiple activities planned.
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