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WASHINGTON -- Bradley Beal's one-handed, floating jumper with 0.3 seconds remaining propelled the Washington Wizards, owners of the NBA's worst record, to a stunning 101-99 win over the league-leading Oklahoma City Thunder on Monday. Beal, a 19-year-old rookie, scored 22 points, including a four-point play in the third quarter. The Wizards (5-28) won their second straight over the Thunder (26-8) and snapped a six-game losing streak. The outcome was even more surprising considering Washington played without leading scorers Jordan Crawford and Nene. Washington pulled ahead with a 23-6 second-half run, then led by 10 in the fourth quarter. Martell Webster (22 points) completed a four-point play with 1:43 remaining to give the Wizards a 99-94 lead. After Oklahoma City's Serge Ibaka hit a jumper and Washington missed two shots, Thunder star Kevin Durant, playing in his hometown, drained a game-tying 3-pointer with 36 seconds remaining. A.J. Price misfired on the Wizar...
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It was a big night for Bradley Beal. King B.B. hit 5 of 7 from beyond the arc to finish with 22 points (tied for team high), 5 rebound, 4 assists and a steal. However, that was
overshadowed by news that John Wall expects to return this Saturday, or soon thereafter. There has been chatter amongst the people (“viewers like you” – PBS) expressing concern about
Beal’s role when...
The Washington Wizards have had an awful season. However, they got some good news. John Wall, who has missed the entire season with a stress reaction in his left knee, is set to come back soon. How soon? Reports are that he will return within the next two weeks. Chris Mannix of Sports Illustrated says that sources are telling him Wall will return to the Wizards in the next...
WASHINGTON -- When the owners of the NBA's best record visited the league's cellar-dwellers Monday, a 19-year-old rookie's poised game-winner and two four-point plays scripted an ending no one saw coming. Bradley Beal's one-handed, floating jumper with three-tenths of a seconds remaining propelled the Washington Wizards to a stunning 101-99 win over the league-leading...
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Bradley Beal made a jumper with 0.3 seconds left after using a pump fake to get open, and the short-handed Washington Wizards beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 101-99 Monday night.
Kevin Durant led Oklahoma City (26-8) with 29 points.
The Wizards (5-28), playing without their top two scorers, had lost 13 of their previous 14, but they also beat the Miami Heat earlier...
The best finish from Monday night in the NBA came during the final seconds of the Washington Wizards/Oklahoma City Thunder game.With the score tied at 99 and less than fifteen seconds to play, Washington rookie Bradley Beal played hero as he hit an off-balance shot to sink OKC:
The Washington Wizards announced Monday that they waived guard Shelvin Mack. Mack played seven games, including two starts, and averaged 5.3 points, 2.3 rebounds and 3.3 assists in 20.1 minutes per contest. He was a second-round pick of the Wizards in 2011. After being waived by the Wizards to start the season, Mack played 11 games with the Maine Red Claws of the NBA D-League...
The Washington Wizards had one of the biggest upsets so far this NBA season last night when they beat the OKC Thunder 101-99. Rookie guard Bradley Beal hit the game winner with only .3 seconds left on the clock. Beal finished the game with a monster 22 points. The win for the Wizards moves them to only 5-28, which is pretty pathetic so Beal should be proud. Check out the...
Nene and Jordan Crawford are out for the Washington Wizards against the Oklahoma City Thunder on Monday night.
Nene (right knee tendinitis) has played just 20 games this season while dealing with plantar fasciitis, but he had played in the Wizards' previous eight contests. He's averaging 12.9 points and 6.3 rebounds per game.
Crawford (sore left ankle) is averaging 15.6...
Wizards rookie Bradley Beal hit the game-winning dagger to down the Oklahoma City Thunder 101-99 Monday:
In front of a ruckus Oklahoma City Kevin Durants crowd, Bradley Beal swiftly ended any chance the Thunder had of pulling out a win by hitting a floating 17 foot jump shot with .03 seconds left on the clock. The dagger put the Wizards up for good, and ultimately ended the game with a 101-99 final score.
It was extremely fitting and appropriate that coach Randy Wittman allowed his...
Being sidelined all season with a stress injury to his left patella has been extremely frustrating for former Kentucky guard John Wall. His Washington Wizards have fallen to an NBA worst 4-27 record, and all he was able to do was watch. In an interview, Wall stated he was very close to actually breaking his kneecap and was very lucky to catch the injury in time. After being initially...
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(Bradley Beal's game winning GIF, courtesy of SBNation/BulletsForever)
A night after one local rookie hero goes down, another local rookie hero steps up. Bradley Beal had a night to remember against the OKC Thunder, displaying the assertiveness and poise we’ve recently...