Just less than two weeks ago, after the Wizards fell to the Chicago Bulls in a pivotal Eastern Conference game at United Center, the tide appeared to have officially turned.
DeJuan Blair is at an all-time low in his sixth NBA season with the Wizards, but he struck a high note in Saturday's 113-97 comeback win vs. the Sacramento Kings.
The Washington Wizards rallied for a 113-97 win over the Sacramento Kings Saturday night after trailing 64-46 at halftime. Seems impressive right?
The Wizards' three-game winning streak is their longest in more than two months, and they're in position to make a run at the No. 3 seed with 16 games left in their season.
Fortunately for the Wizards, trailing by as many as 21 points, they were facing a team that had just blown an 18-point, third-quarter lead to the Philadelphia 76ers the night before.