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At times, Wizards forward Andray Blatche can be a maddeningly inconsistent player who makes head-slapping on-court mistakes.
The backcourt duo of John Wall and Jordan Crawford are beginning to find a rhythm, while Andray Blatche has been channeling Dennis Rodman on the glass since his return from a shoulder injury, as the trio led the Wizards to their third road win of the season by beating the Charlotte Bobcats 97-91 on Sunday.
It was a historic night for the Washington Wizards as they defeated the visiting Cleveland Cavaliers 115-107 on Friday at Verizon Center.
In the first quarter, Derrick Rose brought out the oohs and aahs with a backward between-the-legs pass to Joakim Noah for a fast-break dunk. In the second quarter, Luol Deng was walking to the locker room even before his 3-pointer from the corner swished through the net at the halftime buzzer.
Nick Young scored a career-high 43 points, and Kirk Hinrich had six in overtime as the Washington Wizards survived a last-minute regulation meltdown to beat the Sacramento Kings 136-133 Tuesday night.
Kevin Martin scored 20 points, Shane Battier and Aaron Brooks each added 15 and the Houston Rockets won their fifth straight game, beating the Washington Wizards 100-93 on Monday.
Tony Parker had 20 points, 14 assists and six assists and the NBA-leading San Antonio Spurs beat the short-handed Washington Wizards 94-80 on Sunday night.
The Washington Wizards suspended forward Andray Blatche and center JaVale McGee for one game Saturday for conduct detrimental to the team.
Devin Harris had 29 points and nine assists and Brook Lopez added 18 points to lead the New Jersey Nets past the Washington Wizards 97-89 on Thursday night to snap an eight-game losing streak.