Thunder Vs. Wizards Final Score: Washington Gets Second Win Thanks To Strong Fourth Quarter, 105-102

The Washington Wizards blew an early lead over the Oklahoma City Thunder before halftime when Russell Westbrook tied the game on a layup and sank some late shots. The Wiz played the Thunder extremely tough in the first half and continued to do so in the second half. After failing to hit many of their three-point shots in the first half, the Wiz finally sank a few in the second half in the come back thanks to Nick Young. Young hit on 5 of his 10 three-point shots and ended the game with 24 points and four rebounds on the night.

It took a strong fourth quarter for the Wiz to pull out their second win of the season. John Wall led the Wizards in scoring again, knocking down 25 points with 7 rebounds and 8 assists. Despite big nights from Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook, the Wizards were able to pull out the victory in the second half and battle back from a blown lead in the first half.

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