Even with their rash of losses recently, the Wizards officially clinched a playoff spot Monday night when the Charlotte Hornets lost to the Boston Celtics, 116-104. The prevailing mood around the
A 99-91 loss to the Houston Rockets isn't anything to be ashamed about, but the Wizards (41-33) easily could've swept the season series had they been more efficient on offense.
Part of the logic for bringing Paul Pierce to the Wizards is his reputation as a closer, a clutch long-ball shooter who can create his own shots which is supposed to open floor space for John Wall
The lack of awareness is spreading to the Wizards' offense, and it happened in the most crucial situations of Sunday's 99-91 loss to the Houston Rockets at Verizon Center.
The goal of 50 wins is officially over as the Wizards lost for the 33rd time this season to the Houston Rockets, 99-91, in front of their 13th announced sellout at Verizon Center.