Found April 11, 2013 on Wizards Extreme:
The Miami Heat decided to rest their starters last night, but unfortunately for the Wizards, it made no difference on the final scoreboard as the NBA's top team still managed a 103-98 victory behind a barrage of 3-pointers from their role players. Randy Wittman, John Wall, and Martell Webster explain the Wizards' recent defensive struggles... "It's been our nemisis all year, not taking advantage of opportunities." -- Randy Wittman "This is one that you want to win when [Miami's Big 3] is not playing; they did what they had to do to win, we didn't." -- John Wall "It's funny how the tempo can change with one bad turnover, one bad shot, one missed read can completely change the outcome of the game." -- Martell Webster
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