Washington Fourth Quarter Issues Arise Again; Fall to 0-3


Wizards point guard Raul Neto gets by Magic point guard Markelle Fultz for 2 of his 22 points. (Photo Credit) Washington Wizards

40.3 points. That's the amount of points per game that Washington allows in fourth quarter so far this season, it's also the reason why they're sitting at 0-3. Washington saw Orlando erase their 17 point lead in the fourth quarter before falling to the Magic 120-113. The Wizards were outscored 43-19 in the final period, marking the second time that they've surrendered 40 points in the fourth.




Brad Beal once again scored a game high 29 points, dished out 7 assists and pulled down 5 rebounds in a losing effort. Raul Neto, starting in place of Russell Westbrook, posted 22 points, 5 assists, 4 rebounds and 3 steals and Thomas Bryant added 16 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists.


Markelle Fultz and Terrance Ross both finished with 26 points a piece to lead the Magic, while Evan Fournier added 19 points.


Check out some postgame analysis from The Focus TV crew by way of Wizards Outlook below.