Here are five plays or moments from the Washington Wizards' 107-101 win over the Milwaukee Bucks on Sunday afternoon at the Bradley Center that are worth revisiting...
1. Kelly Oubre, Jr. was the star of the night with 17 points in 25 minutes off the Wizards' bench. He tied career-highs with seven field goals and three three-pointers made.
Two of his points came on this emphatic dunk in the first half:
2. This play looked a lot worse than it was. Bradley Beal twisted his right ankle - the same one he sprained in late December - while backpedaling. He stayed on the ground holding his right leg for a while, but ended up being fine and staying in the game:
3. This was the play of the game. Just like he did against the Timberwolves on Friday, John Wall had a highlight reel, no-look pass. This time it was to Oubre, who did the rest:
4. And just like we have seen so many times this season, Wall saved his best for last. He hit a big shot on the baseline late in the fourth quarter to help push the Wizards to victory:
5. The win put the Wizards back at .500 and Wall was happy about it. So happy, he did a dance in the closing seconds of the game:
mood. https://t.co/I0qgql3UuM— NBC Sports Wizards (@NBCSWizards) January 8, 2017
Here's one more from postgame: Oubre trying to pronounce Giannis Antetokounmpo. Nice try, Kelly:
Kelly Oubre, Jr. does his best to pronounce Giannis Antetokounmpo: pic.twitter.com/oxrTCTOYh2— Chase Hughes (@ChaseHughesNBCS) January 8, 2017
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