The angst on Otto Porter's face couldn't be hidden in the third quarter as he struggled to get up the court to defend Kawhi Leonard in the Wizards' 114-95 loss to the San Antonio Spurs.
For two quarters, the Wizards held their own with the San Antonio Spurs until they went cold in the second half in a 114-95 loss at AT&T Center and ended this Western Conference road trip 1-3.
If the San Antonio Spurs exact revenge against the Washington Wizards, they will do so without their leading man.
Game to game, half to half, quarter to quarter. Pick a time frame and the issue remains the same: We don't know what we'll see from the Washington Wizards.
The yo-yo continues with the Wizards, who after beating the Dallas Mavericks for the first time in 11 games, turned in a dud Monday in a 112-95 loss to the Memphis Grizzlies to drop to 1-2 on a fo