By Ben Brown
Here are five plays or moments from the Wizards' overtime win over the Sacramento Kings on Friday night that are worth revisiting.
1. Bradley Beal finished the game with 38 points and scored 21 of those points in the fourth quarter and overtime. This was a huge three on a sweet pass from John Wall that pulled the Wizards to within two points late in the fourth quarter.
2. John Wall was a beast as usual for the Wizards tonight as he finished with 25 points and 12 assists. One of his nicest plays came in the third quarter when he picked Willie Cauley-Stein's pocket and raced the length of the court before dropping off a perfect pass to Markieff Morris for an east layup.
3. Speaking of John Wall and Markieff Morris, that duo had another huge connection late in overtime off a perfectly executed pick-and-roll. Morris set the screen for Wall and then rolled to the rim where Wall found him with a lob for an emphatic alley-oop. That put the Wizards up by four and they never looked back after that.
4. Wizards head coach Scott Brooks said after the game that he thought Jason Smith's and Ian Mahinmi's play down the stretch were the keys to sparking the team's comeback. Smith knocked down three straight jumpers, and Mahinmi came up with a huge blocked shot that led to a layup at the other end that gave the Wizards the lead with about three minutes left in regulation.
Smith's jumper was automatic in tonight's game.
5. Marcin Gortat recorded only one assist on the night, but his lone helper was a dandy. Check out this full-court pass that landed perfectly in John Wall's hands to set up an easy bucket.
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