“I already talked to Ted about that one,” Wall said. “That’s an easy hands-down question about trying to get him back.”
Phoenix actually led on Beasley’s second-quarter 3-pointer to make it 50-49. But Washington opened a 64-52 lead on a 15-2 run helped by technical fouls given to Phoenix’s Jermaine O’Neal and Hunter.
Washington put it away in the third, going on a 17-6 run capped by Trevor Booker’s putback. And Webster’s individual brilliance pushed the lead even larger in the fourth.