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The Washingon Wizards played poorly on Saturday, losing 102-72 to the Miami Heat.
The Washington Wizards lost handily on Saturday night, losing to the Miami Heat 102-72. The loss pushed the Wizards to 3-18 on the season, and 1-10 on the road.
Miami had their way on the offensive and defensive ends of the floor, shooting over 50% from the field while holding Washington to 39% shooting.
Bradley Beal led the Wizards with 19 points, but only went 6-18 from the field. Cartier Martin played well of the Washington bench, scoring 18 points while shooting 6-8 from the floor and 4-6 from beyond the arc, grabbing five rebounds and dishing out four assists as well. Beal and Martin were the only Wizards players to score in double figures; Emeka Okafor was the team's third-leading scorer with eight points.
LeBron James led all scores with 23 points, and grabbed 10 rebounds for a double-double. Dwyane Wade and Udonis Haslem each chipped in 13 points, while Chris Bosh added 12.
For more on Saturday night's contest, check out the game recap from our content partners at Monumental Sports, and this post-game interview with head coach Randy Wittman.