WASHINGTON – Bradley Beal got 25 points, Jeff Green added 23 to Washington's other production night, and Wizards won the Indiana Pacers 107-89 on Wednesday.
Green scored 16 points in the first semester, Beal's words in second place at the NBA in 37.2 minutes, and Wizards scored 58 points. The second unit in Washington also raced in the fourth quarter, and was a little less behind Cleveland a night earlier.
Chasson Randle got 13 points in Washington.
Thaddeus Young scored 13 points for Pacers. They have won 0-3 from the Toronto win, because Victor Oladipo has suffered from severe knee injuries. Indiana ranks fourth in the Eastern Conference, half-game match in Philadelphia and fifth place in the fifth place.
Indiana easily falls further, as coach Nate McMillan can not miss Odessa, 18.8 points per game. Pacers did not score, Bojan Bogdanovic, Doug McDermott and TJ Leaf on 12 April.
Wizards did not play in the first places 10-0 and they ran before 24-18. Washington has brought 22 points in the third quarter. Indiana briefly cut 10 but closer.
PORTER HURT AGAIN
The Wizards, already missing John Wall, Dwight Howard and Markieff Morris, had another injury to Otto Porter Jr. landed awkwardly after the rebound in the third quarter. He diagnosed with the small toe of the left and did not return.
Porter lost 10 games this season this season with a knee injury, and he has played 13 matches so far. Wednesday began the night for the first time on December 10 in Indiana, but finally scored three points in 16 minutes.
Pacers: McMillan won his second career with Edmond Sumner on two occasions. Sumner made three quick fouls and finished in seven points in 22 minutes. "The challenge is just knowing our boys," Sumner said. … Pacers lost 7-7 this season without Oladipo.
Wizards: Coach Scott Brooks said he was "probably over a month" for the first time at Cleveland's loss tonight; he had to talk about his team in the absence of his effort. By chance, there was more than a month, Washington's highest player, Wall, in the last line. Walle was not completely healthy all the season, last season he suffered from surgery on December 26 and September 8. The left knee signed autographs to the back, the left knee in the scooter and the plastic boot at the foot. … Washington improved 11-8 without Wall, 11-21 and went with him. … Morris, who was injured on the neck, signed the autographs on December 28 and took it by car to the fans before the match.
Pacers: Orlando on Thursday night, the second of four games and a six-night trip.
Wizards: host Giannis Antetokounmpo and Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday night.