John Vall had 25 points and 10 assists, Bradley Beal added 21 points and
Washington's Wizards defeated Orlando Magic 117-109 on Monday night
another straight victory.
The wizards have surpassed the Magic 31-20 over the past nine minutes to get revenge
loss in Orlando on Friday.
Jeff Grin scored 18 points on 6 of 7 shooting from the bench for Washington,
and Dvight Hallward finished with 17 points and eight rebounds in 29 minutes.
Reserve Terrence Ross led Orlando with 21 points and Evan Fournier scored 20.
The magic, which won four out of five, received a double recess from Aaron Gordon (18
points, 10 rebounds) and Nikola Vučević (17 and 11).
With a score of 94:94, Wizards scored five quick points, three for a
a long jumper from Green.
The wall hit 3 pointers and followed him with a short jumper in the tape
he made 106-98 with 4:19 the rest.
Gordon pulled Orlando at 114-109 at 1:35, but in Washington
Markieff Morris hit two free throws and Fournier missed 3 points.
Washington got back and the Wall made a 1: 2 free throw and then picked it up
Washington scored 50.6 percent of the field, while Orlando was linked to 48.3
The result is half-time, but 9-0 beat Magica with 75:65
4:57 in the third quarter.
Beal was challenged by the Wizards rally and his dunk covered the 13-0 race he gave
Washington with 79:77.
Magic won 117-108 in Orlando on Friday.
The first half had nine connections and eight lead changes.
Orlando shot 53.3 percent off the field (23 for 45), including 7 out of 15
The 3-point range, while Washington hit 48.8 percent (21 of 42).
Gordon and Ross scored 12 points for Orlando.
–Field Level Media
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