Wizards eager to move forward and make up for past loss

Posted on March 05, 2014

The Wizards' loss to the Grizzlies on Monday was not because of effort. It was because of pace. Stuck in a grind-it-out half court game to the Grizzlies' liking most of the night, the Wizards ran out of time when they staged a fourth quarter rally. The commitment was there, but the Grizzlies stopped the Wizards six-game winning streak.

It is with confidence then  that the Wizards enter tonight's game against the Utah and with a desire to make up for a a 104-101 road loss in January to the Jazz.

Marcin Gortat on moving forward

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