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Recap: Wizards gas out in Utah; .500 glasses repo’d at the door

The After Party: Where we channel all of your Wizards post-game essentials into one massive data over-filled post. Locker room interviews, choice excerpts from the game captured off of a TV screen by way of Vine (we like to call them VINElights), and a selection of delectable in-game tweets finger-picked from #WizardsTwitter.


Jazz 104 — Wizards 101

January 25, 2014
EnergySolutions Arena, Salt Lake City, Utah
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“It’s hard to win games, and we’ve got to figure out being tired playing a back-to-back, and winning a game like this.”
— Randy Wittman

Much like after the Boston loss, Wittman again dismissed the notion that the Wizards succumbed to a “struggling” team. #WittmanFace seemed a little more content than most losses, citing fatigue and a back-to-back as the reason why John Wall and the Wizards seemed lagging.

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“People in general tend to look a team’s record and think that that’s the team they are, but in actuality, this is the NBA, and anybody can beat anybody.”
— Trevor Ariza

Ariza was just a bot in front of the media last night. What really was curled up behind those bulging eyes were the afterthoughts of a rushed 3-point shot attempt that whiffed only the crisp Salt Lake air…


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Here are some choice Vine captures from that triggered a few mind pixels:

The dynamism that is gradually becoming this Wizards backcourt. This obviously doesn’t look like much, except that you notice Bradley Beal pulling down the defensive rebound and immediately initiating the ball down court with John Wall trotting into his half court position on the other end. I love how these two can every so often intertwine their roles on offense, a tendency that could really develop Beal’s game.

An uber-assertive Bradley Beal forcing his way in between two defenders for an and-1 is life.

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