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Track shoes ready, Wizards home to face the Suns

March 25, 2014

One of the Wizards' most entertaining and thrilling games this season was when they beat the Suns in Phoenix, 101-95.

Wizards Report


In the high-scoring victory, the Wizards' defense was the key, led by Trevor Ariiza.

How the Wizards won in Phoenix


Trevor Ariza led the Wizards with 23 points and 4 steals and as you just heard, Bradley Beal closed the game.

Now moving forward.

Al Harrington's message


Randy Wittman with the blueprint for another win over the Suns


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