John Wall got the steal on defense and went on a 2-on-1 break that finished with an alley-oop to Bradley Beal. The Wizards went on to beat the Bucks 111-100 in Milwaukee.
Drew Gooden, who hadn't played since Nov. 7, began the second half with the Wizards after Nene was declared out because of a troublesome right foot vs the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday night.
Otto Porter, who had his rookie season with the Wizards marred by leg injuries, sat out with Saturday's game at the Milwaukee Bucks. Rasual Butler replaced Porter in the rotation.
Paul Pierce quickly put Friday's win vs.
The next step for Bradley Beal, coming off playing 32 minutes in Friday's win vs.