The Washington Wizards have lost 10 of their last 12 games, and have fallen from the second seed in the Eastern Conference all the way to the fifth seed.
Their season hit a new low when they lost by 20 to the lowly Minnesota Timberwolves on Wednesday night, prompting head coach Randy Wittman to try and find some explanation the Wizards' slide.
“We’ve lost that edge of nastiness that we played with,” Wittman said after the game. “We came out and felt, again, we’re going to warm our way into this. They had other ideas. They hit us in the mouth right from the jump ball and we couldn’t recover from it.”
Washington will try to get their season back on track Friday night against the Philadelphia 76ers.
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