Washington Wizards Defeats Houston Rockets, Enters NBA Southeast Division

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Nov 23, 2013; Washington, DC, USA; Washington Wizards point guard John Wall (2) celebrates with Wizards shooting guard Bradley Beal (3) against the New York Knicks in the fourth quarter at Verizon Center. The Wizards won 98-89. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

In the match against Houston Rockets on Monday, Washington Wizards came out victorious after putting up a tough fight in the fourth quarter. The Washington team defeated the Houston team with one point more than the opposing team. The scoreboard at the end of the game showed the Wizards at 104 and the Rockets at 103. Following Monday’s match, the Wizards have now entered the NBA Southeast Division because of this win.

Powerful play by Wizards’ Bradley Beal and Paul Pierce seen

The Wizards’ duo of Bradley Beal and Paul Pierce displayed their basketball skills to the fullest during the match. While Bradley Beal scored thirty-three points, Paul Pierce added twenty-one points to the kitty of the Wizards. The thirty-three points haul by Beal was one of the highest for this NBA season, and included a total of 6 free throws in the last two minutes of the game. When asked for his opinion on the game, Beal remarked, “I was just being aggressive, taking what the defense gave me, “But the victory for the team was not a perfect one. Even though it was leading in the third quarter by eighteen points, it could not prevent itself from giving in to some shoddy play towards the end of the game.

Harden, Brewer and Ariza of Houston Rockets put up a tough fight

The Houston Rockets, on the other hand, was also at their best with James Harden scoring thirty-three points and Corey Brewer contributing fifteen. Trevor Ariza concluded the game with fifteen points as well as five rebounds. The Monday match was the first time that the former Washington Wizard, now playing under the Rockets’ banner, was facing his old team. Even though the Rockets managed to outscore their opponents during different points level including2ndchance points, the team suffered from poor shooting, while the Wizards had no such shooting problems.

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