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Those Washington Wizards fans who stayed up for this late night game vs the Portland Trailblazers surely feel like this one was worth it. In fact, the way the Wizards are playing lately, they almost seem like a must watch team. In a game that went back and forth and had the makings of a typical let down, including Damian Lillard and Wesley Matthews raining 3′s to get Portland back in it, the Wizards kept fighting to maintain their lead behind a strong 4th quarter from Jordan Crawford. After Wesley Matthews hit a three to tie it up, and Portland gave their foul to give, the Wizards called timeout with 3.7 seconds to go. The Portland announcers couldn’t decide whether it was going to be Trevor Ariza, Martell Webster, or Jordan Crawford who would be taking the shot. Washington put the ball in Jordan Crawford’s hand and he launched a high arching three at the buzzer: His Steez was phenomenal, as he challenged his inner Gilbert Arenas and started heading up court before the ball even made it through the hoop. He was met by a mob of Wizards players at the other end who celebrated by playing Smear The Steez. Don’t look now, but Washington has won 4 of their last 6. **Will post the CSN Washington Broadcast with Buckhantz’ ‘Dagger’ call when the video is available** Related posts: Jordan Zimmermann – Bad Luck Loser Martell Webster Signs with the Washington Wizards Should the Wizards Trade for Rudy Gay?
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Jordan Crawford hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer and the Washington Wizards dogpiled on the court to celebrate a 98-95 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers on Monday night.
Nicolas Batum had 12 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists for his first career triple-double, but the Blazers lost their season-high sixth straight.
Crawford's fadeaway and a corner 3-pointer gave the Wizards...
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The matchup of the night on Monday was that between John Wall and the Washington Wizards and Damian Lillard of the Portland Trail Blazers. It was a tightly contested battle and was won by a Jordan Crawford buzzer beater, but Portland did have this beautiful highlight thanks to Damian Lillard. Watch him put Brazilian beast, Nene, [...]The post Damian Lillard Puts Nene On A Poster...
Jordan Crawford’s fade-away three pointer as time expired, gave the Washington Wizards the 98-95 victory over the Portland Trailblazers. The Wizards earned their 9th victory of the season and have now won four of their last six games (thanks to John Wall’s return from injury).
The Washington Wizards downed the Portland Trailblazers last night on this buzzer beater by Jordan Crawford.
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These guys were considerably less impressed...
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Even without John Wall earlier this season, the Washington Wizards found a way to defeat the Portland Trail Blazers and end their franchise-worst start.
Now that Wall's back, the league-worst Wizards are looking to extend the Blazers' season-high losing streak to six when these teams meet on Monday night in Portland.
Losers of 12 straight to open the season, Washington...
PORTLAND - Jordan Crawford's fadeaway 3-pointer at the buzzer gave the Washington Wizards a 98-95 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers Monday night at the Rose Garden. It was the fifth win in seven games for the Wizards (9-30), who hold victories over Oklahoma City, Atlanta and Denver during that string. Nene and Martell Webster each scored 24 points for Washington. ...
PDX needs a win, now.
The Portland Trail Blazers sure know how to make things interesting, don’t they? For the first time in franchise history, the team has lost five straight games by six points or less.
Matchup: Portland (20-20) vs. Washington Wizards (8-30)
Venue: Rose Garden Arena
Time: 7:00 PM PT
Date: Monday, Jan. 21, 2013
Portland needs a win as badly as anybody in the league...