Wizards Vs. Heat: Can Washington Make It Three In A Row?

April 18, 2012; Washington, D.C., USA; Washington Wizards center Nene (42) lays the ball up against Milwaukee Bucks forward Drew Gooden (0) at Verizon Center. Mandatory Credit: Evan Habeeb-US PRESSWIRE

Can the Wizards win three games in a row for the first time since last April?

The Washington Wizards (16-46) are looking to pull off the miracle upset on the road tonight against the MIami Heat (45-17). Wins earlier in the week against the Chicago Bulls and Milwaukee Bucks gave Washington back-to-back wins for just the third time this season.

The Wizards haven't won three games in a row since last April.

Look for Jordan Crawford to try and build upon his 32 point outing against Milwaukee and Kevin Seraphin should continue his solid play of late.

For the Heat, Dwyane Wade hasn't played in Miami's last four games against teams with a losing record and could possibly sit out tonight's contest as well. But unfortunately for Washington, some guy named LeBron James will most likely take the floor as he's only missed one game all season long.

For more info on the Wizards, be sure to visit Bullets Forever, SB Nation's Washington Wizards blog. For more on the Heat, check out Peninsula Is Mightier. For anything related to teams in the nation's capital, stay tuned at SB Nation DC.

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