The Wizards are off to a strong 4-2 start through six games of the 2017-18 NBA regular-season schedule.
While there the season is still in its infancy, here are some numbers and notes to help define just how the Wizards got off to such a fast start.
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The Wizards' four wins matches their best start through six games since 2005-06. They were also 4-2 to begin the 2014-15 season. Believe it or not, only four times since 1990 have the Wizards won four of their first six games.
The Wizards have 670 points through six games, the most they've had in the first six games of a season since 1977-78. Last season the Wizards had just 592 points after six games and were 1-5.
Otto Porter's tied for the NBA lead with 2.7 steals per game. He is just the third Wizards player to have at least 16 steals through six games since 1995-96. The others were John Wall in 2010-11 (19 steals) and Caron Butler in 2006-07 (18).
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Marcin Gortat has started 88 straight games without missing a game, the fourth-longest such streak. The three players ahead of him are all Timberwolves: Karl-Anthony Towns, Andrew Wiggins and Jeff Teague.
This streak ended with Sunday's blowout win over the Kings, but the Wizards' began the season with five straight games decided by five points or less. They were just the second team in NBA history to do that, matching the Michael Jordan-led 1992-93 Chicago Bulls.
The Wizards are 47-23 since Dec. 4, 2016, the best record in the Eastern Conference in that span. That 47-23 mark breaks out to a .671 win percentage which would be good for 55 wins over a full season.
Only two teams have more home wins than the Wizards since Dec. 8, 2016 when their streak of 17 straight home victories began. The Wizards are 2-0 at Capital One Arena to begin this season with seven of their next nine at home.
Bradley Beal's ejection on Friday night helped end his streak of 42 straight games with at least one three-pointer. It was the second-longest such streak in franchise history behind Gilbert Arenas, who hit threes in 53 straight games back in 2005.
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