Wizards Vs. D-League Select: Wizards Lose 85-78 After Fading In Second Half

The Washington Wizards summer league team lost to an NBA D-League Select team Sunday night by a final score of 85-78. Despite a slow start the Wizards went in to the locker room up by a score of 37-28, but they faded considerably in the second half. The D-League players outscored the Wizards 54 to 41 in the final two quarters, and that was enough to put away the game.

Though his fourth quarter performance had many questioning his legs and his conditioning, Bradley Beal led the team in scoring with 20 points. Forward Chris Singleton was another bright spot on offense, in particular a monster dunk over Chris Daniels midway through the first quarter. He finished with nine points, eight rebounds and one assist.

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