Unless they are facing Orlando or Brooklyn they are absolute FADE material, getting blown out in 2 quarters by the Trailblazers who were beaten in Philly by 25? The other two quarters did not come close to making up for the no shows of the 1st and 3rd quarters and now the Wizards are 0-2 on a five game homestand (will probably go 1-4 at best) and have ALREADY in January lost more home games then all of last regular season!
The Wizards have been a disappointment so far with inconsistent play at best, having just lost a nail-biter to the Celtics dropping to 9-12 at home (equaling their regular season home loss total of last season) while going 19-20 overall.
The Trailblazers have been struggling to this season, though not as surprising with the departure of LaMarcus Aldridge, going 18-25 overall including an 8-16 road mark. They have split the first two games of a three game road trip, having faced the two worst teams in the NBA. They rallied past the Nets on Friday but were obliterated against the 76ers on Saturday.
This would look like a strong chance for the Wizards to at least get on the good side of their inconsistency with a strong game in the 2nd of a 5 game homestand against a struggling road team.
Wizards -4.5 BIG
Is someone out for the Grizzlies that I'm unaware of cause I certainly haven't heard any such thing?!
Does someone in vegas think the Pelicans are 26-13 instead of 13-26? Did the Pelicans get a 2nd AD like player on their team?
Is this not the same Pelicans that faced the Mavericks at home, Dallas decided to rest their starters... and lost?!
If there are no surprises then MEM -2.5 should be a HUGE PLAY!
Was Celtics -4 last night now Raptors -1.5, what gives?
Really, a team 48 games under and a team 40 over having a complete backwards result. How is this possible? The Knicks have been brutal all season but now a win would be like a loss as it would decrease their lottery chances (currently tied with the Timberwolves).