The atmosphere at BankersLife Fieldhouse should feel like the postseason when the Wizards play at the Indiana Pacers, who are fighting to qualify and are desperate for a victory.
For the first time since March 29, the Washington Wizards played a game with their standard starting lineup.
The home schedule is complete for the Wizards, who are 29-12 at Verizon Center with Sunday's 108-99 win vs. the Atlanta Hawks.
The only real intrigue going into Sunday's game with the Atlanta Hawks was just how long, or if, coach Randy Wittman would stick with John Wall, Bradley Beal and Paul Pierce en route to the most w
With nothing to play for, the Atlanta Hawks held out their starters Sunday.