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  Washington Wizards News 1997-1998 Stats Glossary  glossary  
 Wizards slip late in Charlotte, 129-124 (OT)
 
 Wizards and Hornets meet in the Queen City
 The Wizards wrap up their road trip tonight in Charlotte as they take on the Hornets for the first time this season. The Wizards went 3-1 against Charlotte last season and are 7-3 over their last 10 with the Hornets.
 Wizards lock down Bucks, 99-88
 
 First back-to-back test of year
 The Wizards are the only team in the NBA who have yet to play a back-to-back series, but that will end tonight as they'll play for the second time in as many days when they take on the Bucks in Milwaukee.
 Wizards looking for end of offensive slump
 It’s safe to say that the Wizards are not the team they’ve been of late. A bit of an offensive outage has plagued Washington over the last week, but their overall team numbers haven’t suffered much as a result. Ebbs and flows happen in any NBA season, and the team hasn’t given much reason to worry long term thanks to a defensive rating that’s still in the league’s top 10 so far. Scott Brooks has long preached the importance of defense first, and though shots haven’t been falling the way they’ve wanted, the Wizards still have plenty to hang their hat on through the first 16 games.
 Wizards, without Wall, lose in Toronto, 100-91
 The Wizards came into Toronto on Sunday afternoon without their four-time All-Star John Wall for the second time in two weeks, but this time it ended in a loss, 100-91. Bradley Beal scored 27 points, including 23 in the first half, and Marcin Gortat had 12 points, 12 rebounds, and a career-high seven assists. The Wizards struggled to contain DeMar DeRozan, who went for 33 points on the day. In the first of a back-to-back, the Wizards head to Milwaukee to take on the Bucks on Monday night.
 Wizards back in Toronto
 The Wizards return to Toronto for the second time in the last two weeks as they'll look to win their third straight game north of the border.
 Wizards' comeback falls short against Heat, 91-88
 After taking the first game of a home-and-home series with the Heat on Wednesday, the Wizards rallied from down 25 points on Friday, but could not complete the comeback after Bradley Beal's jump shot fell short with 2.6 seconds to go. Beal scored a game-high 26 points and anchored the Wizards' comeback in the 91-88 loss. Hassan Whiteside's 22 points and 16 rebounds and James Johnson's 20 points off the bench paced the Heat to victory.
 Wizards and Heat, Part II
 After beating the Heat, 102-93, in Miami on Wednesday, the Wizards return to D.C. and will look to sweep this home-and-home series and pick up their fifth straight victory tonight at Capital One Arena. Wednesday's win ended a five-game losing streak against the Heat and was an impressive road win for a Wizards team that was swept in the four-game season series a year ago.
 Wizards win fourth straight, beat Heat 102-93
 John Wall and Bradley Beal combined to score 53 points in Miami as the Wizards defeated the Heat 102-93. Washington started out hot in the first half, but gave up the lead in the fourth quarter. However, Washington would rally with stout defense in the fourth to beat the Heat in a crucial road game.












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