We have overtime. John Wall drove left and hit a running right floater to tie the game with 14 seconds left. Blake Griffin then missed at the buzzer and the Wizards and Clippers finished regulation with the score even, tied at 102-102.
Jordan Crawford went to the line with 21 seconds left and the Wizards trailing by two. He got the first free throw to go in, but the second rolled off the rim. It was a disappointing end for Crawford, who went off in the second half when he scored 19 of his 23 regulation points. He had eight assists as well.
JaVale McGee was a bit goofy at times, but he turned in a strong effort on both ends of the court -- he has 18 points, 12 rebounds and three blocks.
The Clippers have lost all four of their overtime games this season. Can the Wizards make it No. 5 and get their second road win of the season?