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If empty seats are any indication, the Washington Wizards are just as big of a surprise in their own city as they are to the rest of the NBA.
John Wall and Bradley Beal were supposed to not cut their hair or shave until the regular season ended, but they've stretched it until their first playoff run is done.
Trevor Booker kept the Wizards afloat when Nene injured his knee, and it was his defense on Taj Gibson that eliminated easy buckets late in Game 2.
The Wizards have a 2-0 series lead with the next two games at Verizon Center, starting Friday, and are in position to put away the Bulls. A strong home court will help.
The Washington Wizards might not have one pure scoring machine, but that's worked out perfectly this season against the Chicago Bulls.
Former Wizards guard Gilbert Arenas is rooting for his old team as they take on the Chicago Bulls. He shares plenty of other thoughts too.
This isn't an organization that can rely on history to guide it. But the buzz is building now with a sellout crowd expected at Verizon Center.
The Wizards took a 17-point lead in the first half, saw it evaporate and erased a 10-point deficit in the fourth quarter to force OT and win for the second time in a row in Chicago.
This one looked like it was slipping away from the Washington Wizards. Then, in a flash everything changed.