These days Marcin Gortat is short on words, but he has been living up to his $60 million contract more often than not since the All-Star break even though the Wizards are just 3-7.
It's impossible to call a 95-69 drubbing of the Charlotte Hornets any sort of statement for the Wizards despite the milestones they accomplished Monday (ending a foe's five-game win streak,
The Wizards may have to win consecutive games for the first time in almost a month without Bradley Beal, who is likely to dress but not start tonight vs.
The Wizards keep finding ways to squander big leads at home.
Pick just about any segment of the fourth quarter, when the Wizards were outscored by 13 points by the Miami Heat, had seven turnovers and missed 8 of 11 shots, and it'll look the same.