Oh, and now they're only one game ahead of the Bobcats for the sixth seed in the Eastern Conference. Ugh.
Against the Bulls, the Wizards basically got nothing from anyone not named John Wall (20 points, six assists), Bradley Beal (14 points, five assists) or Marcin Gortat (19 points, eight rebounds). The rest of the team combined to score 25 points on 11-for-42 shooting.
Let's all just try and forget this one as quickly as possible. Enjoy your sad pixels.
26 - Points scored by Washington in the first half against Chicago. Gracious.
TWEETS OF THE NIGHT
On Password Jumbotron game, word was Queen, Porter's clue, "just had a famous baby" Harrington answered: "Kanye West" LOL— Adam McGinnis (@adammcginnis) April 5, 2014
At halftime - the Bulls are up 52-26. Help us Obi-Wan Kenobi, you're our only hope. #WizBulls— Hoop District (@HoopDistrictDC) April 6, 2014
Wizard’s had their Custer’s last stand moment, now all that is left to be done is collect the corpses.— McCarrick (@McCarrick) April 6, 2014
They’ll have more of a chance vs. Chicago in the playoffs w/ Nene, but this shows that nobody’s really a good first-round matchup.— Mike Prada (@MikePradaSBN) April 6, 2014
Maybe scheduling DAAAAA BULLS on Polish Heritage night wasn't the best call: pic.twitter.com/yLa7FtuSo5— Bullets Forever (@BulletsForever) April 6, 2014
Nats lose. Wiz routed. Caps win. United wins. That's a 2009 superfecta.— Dan Steinberg (@dcsportsbog) April 6, 2014
VIDEO/GIF OF THE NIGHT
On Polish Heritage Night, this happened during pregame. From there, it was all downhill.
GAMETHREAD COMMENT OF THE NIGHT
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