Even in defeat, there is still beliefPosted on May 08, 2014
The Wizards know they had their chances in an 86-82 loss to the Pacers in game two of the NBA Eastern Conference semifinal series. Remarkably the Wizards were in position for a sweep in Indiana even though their offense stalled in the second half and the Pacers made 13 more free throws
The Wizards still believe
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Drew Gooden believes dealing with the Chicago Bulls in the first round of the playoffs helped the Wizards get ready for the Pacers. We examine the importance of being physical and the Wizards success at starting games. Plus Gooden audio candy!