"Just win", that's what Martell Webster said to us before last night's game and the Wizards did. With a franchise 18 three-pointers the Wizards defeated the 76ers in Philadelphia 116-102. John Wall led the Wizards with 24 points and he collected a career-high five three-pointers.,
When the Wizards weren't draining threes, they were getting after it on defense.
Here is today's Wizards Report with the key highlights
The Wizards do not expect to rely on 18 three-pointers to carry them forward, but the shots beyond the arc were taken in the natural flow of the offense. Touches were shared and seven players placed in double figures. There were 32 assists and only 11 turnovers. Wall led the Wizards with 9 assists. Bradley Beal had 8 assists.
Beal joined us on the radio:
Nene was back in the lineup and worked well with Marcin Gortat. It was another double-double for Gortat who added 19 points and 12 rebounds.