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Topic - Bradley Beal
Bradley Beal scored 12 of his 23 points in the fourth quarter, helping the Wizards hold off the Milwaukee Bucks 114-107.
Drew Gooden is playing so well with the second unit that coach Randy Wittman will have some tough decisions to make when Kevin Seraphin returns.
The Washington Wizards hope they learned their lesson after almost blowing a 28-point lead Saturday night.
The Wizards won for the seventh time in eight games, and their fifth in a row on the road, for a 114-107 victory at the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday night.
The oldest members on the Wizards, Andre Miller, Al Harrington and Drew Gooden, made a major impact in the win vs. the Jazz, their seventh overall in eight games.
Trevor Ariza scored 26 points, Bradley Beal added 22, John Wall had 14 points and 10 assists, and Marcin Gortat had 16 points and nine rebounds for the Wizards, who have won seven of eight.
Bradley Beal isn't just an outside shooter. Watch him finish this nice reverse layup off the pass from Al Harrington on Wednesday night.
Drew Gooden scored his first points of the season and had his first double-digit game since April 2012. Andre Miller tallied his most assists since December. Al Harrington played his most minutes since November.
The Wizards have won seven of eight games after a comprehensive effort from the starters and the bench to overwhelm the Utah Jazz on Wednesday, 104-91.
The lead was down to two after Bradley Beal's 3-pointer with 8.9 seconds remaining, but time ran out not a moment too soon for Memphis, which made its free throws in the closing seconds to preserve a 110-104 win Monday night.
The Wizards came out flat, and a crucial stretch to end the third quarter proved to be the difference as their winning streak ended at six with a 110-104 loss.
Already ailing without Nene and Kevin Seraphin, the Wizards lost Martell Webster to a back injury for Monday's game.
Tayshaun Prince was having his best scoring game of the season, and the Memphis Grizzlies were cruising in the fourth quarter, when a loose ball somehow ended up in the hands of little-used Washington Wizards rookie Otto Porter. Porter let it fly to beat the shot clock - and it went in for his first NBA 3-pointer.
All season, the Wizards have had difficulty putting away struggling teams but they appeared to have turned the corner during this six-game winning streak.
The Wizards have figured out how to play without Nene going into Saturday's game at the 76ers, who could get a boost from a sellout crowd that'll be on hand for the retirement of Allen Iverson's No. 3 jersey.
Trevor Ariza scored 26 points, Bradley Beal added 22, John Wall had 14 points and 10 assists, and Marcin Gortat had 16 points and nine rebounds for the