Here are the five best plays or moments from the Wizards' 99-88 win over the Bucks on Monday night in Milwaukee...
1. Remember how the Wizards didn't like Giannis Antetokounmpo running up the score on them last year? Antetokounmpo was at it again getting under the Wizards' skin on Monday night.
Early on he decided to instigate an argument with Markieff Morris after drawing an and-1 foul call:
Antetokounmpo knows who he was messing with, right?
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2. Otto Porter finished this game with a game-high +22 in the box score. He had 12 points, 11 rebounds and three steals.
This was his best highlight. Left with little time on the shot clock, Porter hit one from way downtown:
3. Bradley Beal (23 points) got Antetokounmpo back with a sick play later in the second quarter. Beal caught Antetokounmpo from behind with a chasedown block, then stared at him for good measure:
That's cold blooded.
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4. That was Beal's best play, but this one put him in the history books. Beal hit a three to become the youngest player in NBA history to get to 700 career three-pointers:
Of course Wall was the one with the assist. We've seen that before.
5. Wall had a solid night with 15 points and six assists as he battled a swollen left knee. It didn't bother him much on this play:
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