Here are five plays or moments from the Washington Wizards' 95-88 loss to the Utah Jazz at Vivint Smart Home Arena on Friday night that are worth revisiting...
1. Markieff Morris ended up leaving this game in the final minute after injuring his right ankle, and he shot 2-for-13, but he did have some highlights on the night.
Morris had eight points and seven rebounds with two of those points coming on this putback slam. The best part of the play, though, may have been John Wall's move to get to the basket before his miss:
2. Otto Porter also didn't shoot well at 3-of-7 from the field. But he did hit this one, a ridiculous reach-around layup that he thought he was fould on:
3. Bradley Beal had the best game offensively for the Wizards with 27 points on 10-for-20 from the field. Here was his best play, a dunk with feared shotblocker Rudy Gobert right there to contest it:
4. Wall had a modest 16 points on the night on 6-for-22 shooting. On this play, though, he beat the shot clock to make a three-pointer from way downtown:
Here was Wall's worst moment. He was called for a technical after appearing to hit Gobert below the belt:
5. Wall had five assists on the night, tying his second-worst output of the season. This one was very nice, though, as he set up Ian Mahinmi for a big slam.
It was a forgettable night for the Wizards, who have now lost two straight and dropped in the standings to fourth behind the Raptors. We'll leave you with this play. It didn't count, but it was a really impressive shot by Joe Ingles of the Jazz:
Up next for the Wizards are the Warriors on Sunday night at 8 p.m. on CSN.