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The Wizards have won a season-high four games in a row, this one without Nene and Kevin Seraphin, and have a winning record again.
Now that the Wizards know they'll be without their best low post player in Nene, they're confident they can find ways to win without him until he returns.
Nene's knee injury, even if not season-ending, likely will force the Wizards to consider some other options which could benefit them long-term.
It was a quiet night for John Wall — until the Washington Wizards needed their All-Star to deliver.
Ernie Grunfeld did it again. The Wizards general manager used his shovel and broom to clean up his own mess.
When the game was on the line, Andre Miller played eight minutes in the fourth quarter in his first game in Washington to help set the stage for John Wall to close in spectacular fashion.
The Wizards contained Kyrie Irving and John Wall had 21 points, nine assists and only one turnover as they overcame the loss of Nene to get back to .500 with a 96-83 victory.
Tonight will pit former number one picks John Wall of the Wizards against Anthony Davis of the Pelicans. Watch Wizards-Pelicans tonight at 7 p.m. on CSN.
John Wall had a game-high 12 assists, the final one coming on the game-winning basket -- a dunk by Nene -- at the buzzer to win their second game in a row.