Bradley Beal's flurry in the third quarter silenced the Sixers, but it was how he did it that indicates the shooting guard is thinking of bigger and better things.
The attack-minded nature of the Wizards' guards can be seen by their number of foul shot attempts Wednesday, but to supplant the No. 4 Bulls they'll need to replicate the urgency.
Randy Wittman broke from character, using words like "fabulous" and "fantastic" to describe Washington's offense against the 76ers.
A resting John Wall sat out of a Wizards game for the first time since 2013, but he couldn't help getting into the action. Let's just say it was an adjustment.
The Wizards are one game behind the Bulls, and coach Randy Wittman has to decide whether to keep resting John Wall and Nene or rely on the spark provided by Ramon Sessions and Will Bynum.