Here are the five best plays or moments from the Wizards' 125-119 win over the Magic on Friday night...
1. John Wall only need five points to become the youngest Wizards/Bullets player ever to reach 10,000 for his career and, as expected, it didn't take him long.
Wall flew past the defense to the rim for two in the first quarter to reach the milestone:
Wall had a huge night overall with 30 points, nine assists, three rebounds and three blocks. More from him in a moment...
2. Bradley Beal also had 30 points. It was the first time him and Wall hit the 30 mark together since Nov. 19, 2016.
What was amazing about Beal's night is that he didn't hit a single three. Instead, he got many of his points around the rim including these on a tough shot through contact:
Beal had a similar play later on. His development as a finisher continues to impress:
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3. This was one of Wall's best plays and one we've seen many times over the course of his 10,000 points, a left-handed slam to finish a fastbreak no one saw coming:
4. Ian Mahinmi had himself a night. He set a season-high with 18 points, also the most he has scored since signing with the Wizards in the summer of 2016.
On this play he threw it down with two hands:
SLAM 💪— NBC Sports Wizards (@NBCSWizards) January 13, 2018
That's a season high 15 points for Ian Mahinmi pic.twitter.com/GeizGiLYyQ
5. This was one of Wall's blocks. Magic forward Aaron Gordon tried to post him up and had a four-inch height advantage, but Wall anticipated every move and swatted his shot:
The Wizards let the Magic hang in there, but ultimately pulled out the win. We'll leave you with this Wizards fan who really enjoyed the night:
Best Wizards dance Cam performance of the year so far. Dude had a cigar and everything. pic.twitter.com/QVKyCdcr2I— Chase Hughes (@ChaseHughesNBCS) January 13, 2018
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