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Topic - Goran Dragić
John Wall was the only player for the Wizards to receive votes for the All-NBA teams, and he was near the top of the list of those who didn't make the cut.
Of course, the NBA's most improved team would have its most improved player.
The plan seemed simple to outsiders when the Phoenix Suns' season began.
After victories over Portland and Oklahoma City, the Phoenix Suns have cemented their status as the NBA's most surprising team.
For the 41st game in a row, Kevin Durant scored at least 25 points. Not even Michael Jordan ever did that.
Once Gerald Green gets going, he doesn't think he can be stopped.
The Lakers have been giving playoff-contending teams more trouble over the past week than clubs that are way out of contention - like themselves.
After a laugher over the New York Knicks, the Phoenix Suns are on their longest winning streak in four years.
The Wizards wiped out most of a 25-point deficit in the second half but ran out of time vs. the red-hot Suns as they lost for the sixth time in nine games.
Goran Dragic was left one-on-one with John Wall in transition and couldn't do anything to defend it as the Wizards guard blew by for the layup.
With the NBA regular season in the final stretch, Eric Bledsoe and Goran Dragic are pushing the Phoenix Suns in the right direction, with a five-game winning streak keeping them in the Western Conference playoff chase.
Coming off a flat, four-game Western Conference road trip in which the Washington Wizards surrendered more than 100 points each night, coach Randy Wittman emphasized the importance of playing defense – especially as it pertains to a late surge toward the postseason. Part of playing defense, Wittman surmised, is intensity. And for much of the Wizards' 99-93 loss to the Phoenix Suns on Wednesday, any required intensity was sorely lacking.
Washington has lost five of eight games but is in a more secure spot to make the East playoffs than Phoenix which trails for the final spot in out West despite 42 wins.
Phoenix blitzed the Atlanta Hawks early from the 3-point stripe.
Eric Bledsoe is getting close to his old self, and that's great news for the Phoenix Suns in their stretch run to try to make the playoffs.
"Next year, of course, there's going to be pressure," Dragic said. "I'm not scared of pressure. I always like to take any challenges that you guys (reporters) or guys on opposing teams give me."
"The main thing was my confidence this year," he said. "I feel that my teammates, they trust me. The coaches trust me. I can play my game, be confident, be tough and then shoot the ball better."