Washington Wizards: Studs and duds from 107-98 loss to Philadelphia 76ers

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The Washington Wizards fall to 0-4 in the NBA bubble after a 107-98 loss to the Philadelphia 76ers.

The Washington Wizards are still winless in the NBA bubble. Since the restart, the Wizards have lost to the Phoenix Suns, lost to the Brooklyn Nets, lost to the Indiana Pacers, and now they’ve lost to the Philadelphia 76ers.

Although this was the Wizards’ best showing since restarting the season without Bradley Beal and Davis Bertans, the outcome was still the same. The Wizards are now 0-4 halfway through their bubble schedule. The Memphis Grizzlies and Sacramento Kings are the only other teams yet to win a game since play resumed.

These results aren’t exactly surprising. The Wizards entered the bubble as a team that lost more than they won. Then they lost their top two scorers. That’s a recipe for even more losing. But there were some things that we saw against Philadelphia that were encouraging. The team’s certainly getting that development they were looking forward to. For better or for worse.

So without further ado, here’s who stood out – for the right and wrong reasons – in the Wizards’ fourth bubble game. Next up, they’ll take on the New Orleans Pelicans.

Studs and duds from the Washington Wizards loss to the Philadelphia 76ers.

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