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The reserves played worse in Monday's 75-74 loss to the Denver Nuggets, contributing only five points on 2-for-13 shooting.
The Wizards almost overcame the loss of three starters to pull out a victory, but they scored just 29 points in the second half and failed to convert a field goal in the last four minutes.
The Wizards fought back from a 15-point deficit and game-ending injuries to Martell Webster and Nene, but wilted in overtime to the Bucks 109-105.
The Wizards couldn't find any offense when the Pacers forced the ball out of John Wall's hands and dared other players to beat them.
The Pacers haven't lost at home and have the best record in the NBA at 14-1, but the Wizards have been on a hot streak by winning five of their last six games.
The Wizards' bench is contributing 15 fewer points per game since coach Randy Wittman has revamped his rotations, but the results have been better. What's the secret?
John Wall tied a career-high with 16 assists and led a comeback from 16 points down as Washington finally closed out a tight game in the fourth quarter to snap a four-game losing streak.
John Wall led Washington with 18 points and 12 assists while Trevor Booker added 16 points and 13 rebounds for the Wizards, who lost for the fifth straight time.
Gerald Henderson had 27 points and Walker came up with a flurry of big plays in the closing minutes helping the Bobcats overcome a five-point deficit and beat Washington 119-114.