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Inside the box score: Wizards 112, Hawks 86


Inside the box score and more of the Hawks’ 112-86 loss to the Wizards Friday night:

Key players

* John Wall had a game-high 19 points in just 30 minutes for the Wizards. He also had nine assists and six rebounds.

* Otto Porter Jr. finished the game with 18 points, including 4 of 6 shooting from 3-point range.

* Kent Bazemore led the Hawks with 15 points in 20 minutes.

Key stat

The Wizards had as many 3-pointers (13 of 31 attempts) as free throws makes (13 of 19 attempts).

Noteworthy

* Paul Millsap was held to just four points and four rebounds and was a minus-26.

* The Wizards scored 37 first-quarter points.

* Dennis Schroder had one more assists (5) than turnovers (4)

* Bazemore was called for a Flagrant Foul I in the first quarter for a forearm to the head of Markieff Morris.

* Mike Muscala returned to the active roster after missing the past six games with a left ankle sprain. Gary Neal was inactive. Muscala had to leave the game in the third quarter with a cut on the chin that required three stitches.

Quotable

“Nothing to sum up. We got our butts kick. Plain and simple.” – Tim Hardaway Jr.

Next

The Hawks host the Knicks at 3 p.m. on Sunday.



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