Here are five plays or moments from the Wizards' 117-110 win over the Los Angeles Clippers on Sunday afternoon that are worth revisiting...
1. John Wall spent most of his night setting up his teammates to the tune of 11 assists, but he did have this highlight play, a buzzer-beater fadeaway to end the first quarter. After it went in, Wall paused for a few seconds to soak in the moment:
2. Markieff Morris had perhaps his best game of the season with 23 points against a very good Clippers frontcourt. Here's one of his best plays, an alley-oop dunk courtesy of Wall:
3. The Wizards won, but DeAndre Jordan managed to thrown down a huge dunk, as he his prone to do. This was a reverse on an alley-oop. Just sick:
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4. This might have been the play of the game. Morris embarrassed Mo Speights with this monster dunk:
5. Wall is known for playing with emotion, while Bradley Beal is more stoic. Not after this play: