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Numbers and analysis from the Wizards’ blowout loss to the Suns

In a game like this one, it’s important to celebrate the small victories. Like keeping the final margin under 30 points. Like not making every Suns player look like an all-time great. Like Raul Neto getting his career high in points. Like Russell Westbrook recording another triple-double. Like being down just two at the half to the second place team in the West...

I’ll stop.

In some ways, last night’s game was a schedule loss. A back-to-back against the second place team in the West without All-Star Bradley Beal and sharpshooter Davis Bertans. It was an uphill slog from the start and the Wizards kept things interesting in the first half.