If you weren't already convinced that the Wizards' offense is for real, Wednesday night should have provided enough proof for you. 

The Wizards play the Hornets on Friday at 7 p.m. EST on NBC Sports Washington.

Washington entered the game as the third-highest scoring offense and held the third-highest efficiency rating. Both of those rankings are bound to increase as they improve to 4-8 on the year. 

The Wizards finished with 138 points on 58.7 percent shooting, the second-best shooting performance of the season. The only team to do better was the Clippers, who posted an incredible 62.5 field goal percentage in a blowout win over the Warriors. 

Washington was led by, of course, Bradley Beal, who turned in another exceptional outing with 33 points on 14-24 shooting. But the bench came up big as well. Ish Smith and Davis Bertans each pitched in 21 points while Moe Wagner added 13 of his own. 

Wednesday marked the Wizards' second win in three games, and while their defense still has a lot of work to do if they hope to keep this momentum, their offense should be able to keep them in games all year long.