Wizards feeling bullish after stay in ChicagoPosted on April 23, 2014
The Wizards are back home with a two games to none lead in their Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series with the Chicago Bulls. The leading scorers have changed for the Wizards, but the commitment to defense has stayed the same and was especially important in Tuesday's 100-99 win over the Bulls in overtime.
To secure game two the Wizards had to rally from a ten-point deficit.
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The Trevors were a big part of the Wizards defense. Trevor Ariza used his length to slow down D.J. Augustin and Trevor Booker helped neutralize Taj Gibson. Both Augustin and Gibson were difference makers for the Bulls off the bench.
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@DJohnsonWTOP going to lose all my fingernails on this game....oh boy..— Anna Roscigno (@lilwolf30) April 23, 2014