Mike Scott tied his season-high with 22 points and Bradley Beal scored 20 points as the Wizards took care of the Clippers late, winning 100-91. The Wizards forced the short-handed Clippers into 21 turnovers for 23 points, and held Los Angeles to only 38.8% shooting from the field and 29.2% from beyond the arc, not to mention 62.1% free throw shooting. John Wall played just about 30 minutes in his second game back, scoring 15 points with six rebounds, five assists, two steals, and two blocks.
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After playing last weekend in L.A., the Wizards and Clippers meet again, this time in D.C.
John Wall returned to the lineup after missing the last nine games in the Wizards' 93-87 win over the Grizzlies. Returning from a 10-day, five-game road trip, the Wizards beat the Grizzlies with their defense. Six players scored in double figures for the shorthanded Wizards, who were missing Markieff Morris (hip) and Ian Mahinmi (knee) on Wednesday night.
The Wizards entered Tuesday night’s road trip finale looking for a positive note to come home to. Unfortunately for Washington, their hosts in Brooklyn had different plans as the Nets used a late-game surge to topple the Wizards, 103-98.
John Wall could return tonight with the Wizards back at home to host the Grizzlies.
The Wizards wrap up their trip tonight in Brooklyn.
Capital One Arena will be a sight for sore eyes on Wednesday when the Wizards finally return home for the first time since leaving for a 5-game trip way back on December 3. And while the team’s been on the road for over a week, they’ve fared well considering the schedule and the absence of four-time All-Star, John Wall.
The Wizards came back from down 14 in the second half to the Clippers in a Saturday matinee, but the Clippers won in the closing seconds on a Lou Williams’ 3-pointer, 113-112. Otto Porter Jr. led the Wizards with 27 points and 11 rebounds, his seventh double-double of the season. Bradley Beal added 25 points and Mike Scott had 22 points, his most since April 4, 2014 with the Hawks. Williams led the Clippers with 35 points off the bench, including 22 in the second half.
The Wizards move to Los Angeles for a Saturday matinee with the Clippers.
The Wizards added another win to their road trip Thursday in Phoenix, and they did it with a nearly identical formula to their victory on Tuesday. Bradley Beal led the way again, this time with 34 points, as Washington focused on defense all night en route to a 109-99 triumph over the Suns. The Wizards moved to 11-1 on the season when holding opponents under 100 points.