NEW YORK NETS- SEATTLE SUPERSONICS
New York Nets' Trevor Ariza, center, knocks the ball away from Seattle Supersonics' Rashard Lewis, right, in the fourth quarter at Key Arena in Seattle on December 6, 2005. Trying to block Ariza is SuperSonics Reggie Evans. The Nets beat the SuperSonics 104-101. (UPI Photo/Jim Bryant).
John Wall pumped in 27 points, distributed nine assists and grabbed eight rebounds Tuesday in the Washington Wizards' 90-86 win over Chicago.
John Wall's 24 points and career-best 16 assists Friday rallied Washington to an unlikely 103-100 decision over the Los Angeles Lakers.
Trevor Ariza fired in 26 points and Martell Webster added 20 more Saturday in the Washington Wizards' 104-87 triumph over Charlotte.
Jose Calderon's layup gave Detroit a nine-point lead with 1:06 to play Wednesday and the Pistons held off a dramatic charge to down Washington 96-95.
Emeka Okafor and Bradley Beal each sank a free throw in the closing seconds Saturday, boosting the Washington Wizards over Houston 105-103.
Martell Webster scored five points during a 13-0 run to open the third quarter that lifted Washington to a 119-113 victory over Denver.
John Wall led six Washington players in double figures Wednesday during an offensive show that brought the Wizards a 106-96 win over New York.
Trevor Ariza touched off a fourth-quarter rally Friday and Washington survived shaky free throw shooting down the stretch to surprise Denver 112-108.
Emeka Okafor put Washington in front with 39 seconds to play Wednesday and the Wizards held on to win for the first time this season, 84-82 over Portland.
Utah's Al Jefferson put in 21 points to go with 13 rebounds and the Jazz kept Washington winless with an 83-76 victory over the Wizards.
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