Here are the five plays or moments from the Wizards' blowout win over the Detroit Pistons on Friday night that are worth revisiting...

1. Markieff Morris was listed as questionable at the Wizards' morning shootaround on Friday, a gametime decision for their matchup with the Pistons due to his sore left foot. He was ultimately determined to be good to go and start. And it didn't take long for Morris to make an impact, including this big dunk on a fastbreak in the first quarter:

2. John Wall ignited a fastbreak on Friday night that wasn't off a turnover or a relay pass. No, Wall simply ran past everyone with blinding speed to create his own transition dunk opportunity:

3. Bradley Beal's first three of the night just happened to be the 500th of his career. It came from 26 feet after a Marcin Gortat offensive board:

 

4. Beal also had this sick up-and-under layup. Beal finished with 25 points on 10-of-16 shooting.

5. Wizards forward Markieff Morris blocked his twin brother, Marcus, on the fastbreak. It was a bizarre sight, and afterwards the two couldn't help but smile about it:

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