The Washington Wizards have rolled to a winning streak on their home floor, but they haven't been able to match that success on the road.
If history is any indication, they might have a difficult time putting an end to those woes Wednesday night.
Washington looks to stop a five-game skid in Phoenix and four-game road losing streak overall as it tries to beat the Suns for the second time in five days.
While the Wizards (23-43) won their fifth straight at home by beating Phoenix 127-105 on Saturday, they extended their road slide two days later with a 119-114 defeat to NBA-worst Charlotte.
John Wall finished with 25 points and Nene added 21 for the Wizards, who allowed the Bobcats to shoot 53.2 percent and couldn't hold on to a five-point lead over the final 3:14.
Washington has won by an average of 12.8 points during its home streak, but it has a league-low five road wins.
"You know, we don't have a different mindset when we come on the road and you have to," coach Randy Wittma...