Thank God that’s over.
The Wizards finished up their second back-to-back-to-back in New Jersey tonight, and it showed on the court at the Prudential Center. From start to finish the similarly hapless Nets controlled the game, dominated the Wizards, and ultimately won 110 to 98.
Let’s not waste any time, so on to the Bullets Points:
- It seems like John Wall’s slump is over. He followed up his 28-point performance from last night with 18 points (7/15 FG), 4 assists, 6 rebounds, and three blocks tonight in Newark.
- The Nets’ “Big Three” of Anthony Morrow, Jordan Williams, and Gerald Green combined for 40 points and shot 73 percent from the field.
- Kevin Seraphin’s production continued. The hook shot, the offensive put-backs, jump shot, and even a running hook were all used in his 15 points. Seraphin also had 9 rebounds.
- Jan Vesely hit his third jump shot of the season. So there’s that.
- Shelvin Mack had a career-high 8 assists.
- Nets play-by-play announcer Ian Eagle looks a lot like Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder.
- It was another poor performance for Jordan Crawford. He had 9 points for the second straight game and only shot 3 for 12.
- I’m really struggling to remember the time when Chris Singleton was regarded as a potentially great defensive player.
- Tonight’s box score
After three straight days of Wizards losses, we get the weekend off before the Wizards play the only team in the NBA with a worse record than them, the Charlotte Bobcats.
Enjoy your Easter weekend.