Wizards Vs. Heat: Washington Beats Miami, 104-70 In Season Finale

The Wizards close the regular season with six straight wins and the second-worst record in the NBA.

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Heat Vs. Wizards Recap: Washington Crushes Miami To Finish Season With 6-Game Winning Streak

The Washington Wizards finished the 2011-2012 season on a six-game winning streak, cruising to a 104-70 win over the Miami Heat. LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh all sat out for the Miami, and the Wizards made sure it was never close, extending their lead in each quarter to close out the season in dominating fashion.

The Wizards received contributions from a wide variety of players on the offensive end, with nine players getting at least 20 minutes of run. Washington shot 53 percent from the field and put five players in double figures. Nene and Kevin Seraphin were solid in the paint, scoring 15 points each down low and finishing the season strong. Washington fans have to feel a little more at ease with the way both big men contributed in the second half of the year. John Wall added 12 assists, including nine in the first half.

Miami, who scored just 66 points on Tuesday in Boston, was just as woeful on Thursday. They shot 36 percent from the floor and committed 22 turnovers in the rout. The Heat had only two players in double figures, and those two players were Norris Cole and Eddy Curry -- which tells you all you need to know about this game.

Washington's streak to close the year results in a 20-46 record.

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Heat Vs. Wizards Score Update: Washington Crushing Depleted Miami By 25 At Half

The Washington Wizards are looking for their sixth straight win to close out the 2011-2012 season on Thursday night, and they're well on their way with a 57-32 lead after the first 24 minutes. Miami is playing without LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh and the Wizards took complete advantage from the tip, racing out to a double-digit lead after one quarter.

While Randy Wittman's club did not have a player in double figures, they did shoot 57 percent from the floor in a total team effort on the offensive end. Nene, Jan Vesely, and Maurice Evans lead all scorers with nine points a piece. Cartier Martin, who's starting in place of the shut down Jordan Crawford, added five points. John Wall has already dished nine assists.

Miami, on the other hand, continues their miserable offense without the Big 3. They were awful in Boston on Tuesday, and again they're shooting just 32 percent from the floor. They've committed nearly as many turnovers, 9, as they have made field goals, 12.

Washington will look to continue to pour it on in the second half and finish the season with the six-game streak.

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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Wizards Vs. Heat: Washington Hosts Miami In Season Finale

The Wizards can close out the season on a six-game winning streak. But what will this recent finish do to their chances in the NBA Draft Lottery.

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