With the playoffs out of the picture, all that's left for the Washington Wizards and Cleveland Cavaliers to do is salvage something positive in the final weeks of the season.
The Wizards look to bounce back from another embarrassing defeat and continue their recent success against the visiting Cavaliers on Saturday night.
After winning 113-85 at Charlotte on Monday and 93-85 the next night at home over Orlando, Washington (14-45) reverted back to its old form in a 103-65 loss at New York on Friday. Jordan Crawford scored 17 points as the Wizards recorded their second-lowest point total of 2011-12 while shooting a season-low 27.8 percent.
Continuing to play without injured starters Nene (plantar fasciitis), Trevor Booker (plantar fasciitis) and Rashard Lewis (knee), the Wizards went 4 of 20 from 3-point range and committed 22 turnovers. Point guard John Wall was 2 for 12 from the field and finished with eight points and seven turnovers.
"It's embarrassing is what it was," coach R...