Last night, the Wizards blew an 11-point halftime lead to the lowly Raptors and were eliminated from playoff contention for the fifth straight year. Also, Randy Wittman made this face (via @wzzntzz):
After the game was over, but the face was presumably still being made, Wittman had this to say:
“We did not come out with any focus. That is where this group has to, on the road, put a team away. All that work in the 24 minutes that you did is gone in three minutes. We stopped moving the ball. Everything was one pass. There was too much dribbling. I don’t know why. There was no pace to the game. We had no movement, which was disappointing. To be up 11 at halftime and then go through the motions in those first three minutes let them back in it. We need that killer instinct, and we have not shown it.”
Wittman then rolled up his stat sheet and walked away.