Beal’s 30 Points Leads Wizards Over Nets 110-106
Bradley Beal scored 30 points on Wednesday but his biggest play of the night may have been his pass to teammate Jerome Robinson who justified Beal’s decision by burying a three with 8.4 seconds left to put the Wizards ahead for good on their way to a 110-106 victory over the Brooklyn Nets at Capital One Arena. The victory halts a three-game skid for the Wizards.
For the Wizards, rookie Rui Hachimara added 17 points while Davis Bertans added 14.
Four Net players finished with double figures, led by Caris LeVert who put in a game high 34 points followed by Spencer Dinwiddie who put in 18 DeAndre Jordan who scored 16 and Taurean Prince who contributed 13.