Wizards look for success on the road after slip at homePosted on February 19, 2014
Perhaps Bradley Beal said it best: "Have to have amnesia and move on." That was Beal's answer after the 103-93 loss to the Raptors. Beal was not excusing the loss, but as each game becomes more important, dwelling on the past serves no purpose.
The story against the Raptors
Randy Wittman:"We had trouble guarding off the dribble tonight. We defended pretty much a lot of their sets and then it gets down to seven, eight seconds on the shot clock and they break you down off the dribble. That's how they get 60 points in the paint."
On to the Hawks
Atlanta lost last night in Indiana and have now dropped six straight games. Al Horford was lost for the season in late December after surgery to repair a complete tear of his right pectoral muscle.
The last time the Wizards played the Hawks, Horford scored a career-high 34 points to help secure an overtime win. The Hawks are 9-14 with Horford out of the lineup.
Paul Millsap is a challenge at power forward and in the Hawks last win he scored 20 points and grabbed 13 rebounds against Kevin Love and the Minnesota Timberwolves. Also in that victory over the Timberwolves', Kyle Korver exploded for 29 points. Millsap and Krover will be focal points tonight.
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