"I'm gonna call [David] Stern tomorrow and see if maybe I can buy some, I'd pay a lot for a couple more extra timeouts" - Wittman
Paul George lead the Pacers with 29 points he also snagged 14 rebounds. George added his name to a long list of players that have feasted on Washington's lackluster defense.
The Wizards fought back from another defecit, this one 17 points. They even trailed by just two in the fourth, proof that effort is not the problem with this team. Having a lack of talent on the other hand, is a clear disadvantage.
Here are three Bros in the crowd that aren't into the Wiz talent. As you can tell they are more than thrilled to be watching their Pacers play the bottom-feeding #Wizards.
Jordan Crawford once again lead Washington in scoring with 20. Crawford has come off the bench in the last two games but it's clear for this Wizards team to win, they need as much Jordan Crawford as possible, he's the only consistent scorer on the team. (He also shot this airball)
The Eastern Conference rookie of the month, Bradley Beal had 14. And yes he did win that award, we are currently checking the archives to see if there is in fact, another rookie in the Eastern Conference.
Chris Singleton saw action tonight after not playing a minute in the previous three games. He had just four points. Combining that with Jan Vesely's zero points that means the 2011 first round picks for the Wizards had a whopping four points in just 19 minutes of play.
Other than Crawford, Nene is the only other player Wizards fans can rely on night in and night out. Nene had 15 points and six rebounds for a Wizards team that desperately needs more help in the post.
Andray Blatche returns to Verizon on Friday...