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On the second night of a back-to-back with the Philadelphia 76ers, the Washington Wizards played much better than they did in the first — they lost by 13 points instead of 31.
One night after breaking through with their first win of the season, the Washington Wizards set a franchise record for futility in a loss to the Chicago Bulls.
With five minutes left in the game, John Wall drove to the basket and connected on a reverse layup. It put the Wizards up by 18 points, and slowly, a hint of a smile crossed Wall's face. He could sense a win, a badly needed win, for the only team in the NBA that didn't yet have one.
Andray Blatche was singing along with a tune that only he could hear.
Perhaps the best moment for the Washington Wizards against the Orlando Magic on Wednesday night was just before the opening tip, when Rashard Lewis received a huge ovation from the fans in the city where he spent three and half seasons.
A little more than one year ago, Rashard Lewis awoke to discover the equivalent of coal in his Christmas stocking — he had been traded from the playoff-contending Orlando Magic to the Washington Wizards.
Andray Blatche broke out of his funk Monday night against the Celtics, scoring a game-high 28 points and adding nine rebounds, but it wasn't enough to pull the Wizards out of theirs.
Ninety minutes before game time, Washington Wizards center JaVale McGee was on the practice court with assistant coach Don Zierden. The sometimes-aloof McGee was taking direction, nodding his head, and working up a sweat as he continued to work on his game.
There was a moment in the first quarter Friday night when the Washington Wizards actually looked like they might make a game of it on the road against the Milwaukee Bucks, until the bizarre and unexplainable happened.