The Washington Wizards six game winning streak finally came to an end after a second half defeat to the Phoenix Suns. The Wizards and Suns started the game off with intense game play as both teams went into half time with a 50-50 tie. During the second half, the Suns commanding defense and consistent offensive play ended up being too much for the Wizards to handle. The Suns outscored the Wizards by 12 during the second half which eventually led to a 104-92 victory over the surging Wizards.
The Washington Wizards improved their winning streak to six games after defeating the Miami Heat late in the fourth quarter. The American Airlines Arena hosted a hard-fought game from both teams, but the Wizards continued to make shots in the clutch. John Wall and Bradley Beal led the way late by hitting crucial free-throw shots to silence the Heat. Strong performances from Wall and Nene led to a late 105-103 victory in Miami.
The Washington Wizards continued their dominance at home putting a beating to the Minnesota Timberwolves. The Wizards started the game with intimidating defense and ended with an high powered offensive attack. The only lead the Timberwolves had was from the first shot of the game to give them a 2-0 lead. The Wizards clearly dominated throughout the entire game and ended up with a 109-95 victory.
The Washington Wizards guard John Wall was named the Eastern Conference player of the week earlier today. Wall was able to lead the Wizards to a perfect 4-0 record over the week and continued to show he is one of the best point guards in the league. The Wizards star player continued to come up during clutch moments to lead his team to impressive victories. Wall easily earned this weeks Eastern Conference player of the week award by showing his dominance on the court. Read more about Wall Earns Eastern Conference Player of the Week …