That the Wizards, coming off an eight-day vacation after the All-Star break, could turn in such a clunker at home against a conference rival is stunning.
Against another top team in the East, the Wizards again have lost their grip on a head-to-head matchup that could heavily impact the postseason seedings with Friday's 127-89 loss to the Cleveland
This is what is known about the Wizards (33-21), fluctuating between the Nos. 3-5 seeds in the East, going into the final 28 games of this regular season and with Thursday's 3 p.m.
This statistical nugget jumped out at me this week.