By Darnell Mayberry, Staff writer | Updated: Tue, Mar 10, 2015
The last time the Los Angeles Clippers came to town Mitch McGary enjoyed a breakout performance. This time, when the Clippers invade Chesapeake Energy Arena on Wednesday night the Thunder’s rookie forward might be out of the rotation.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Given the way things have gone for the struggling Washington Wizards lately, it wasn't shocking when they squandered a 21-point second-half lead. On the verge of dropping their seventh straight, however, their fortunes suddenly changed. John Wall scored 22 points, Nene added 21 and the Wizards ended their skid with a 99-95 win over the Detroit Pistons on Saturday night. "It's still great to get the win, but we have to do a better job of keeping our leads," Wall said. "It is more exciting to win than people being sad and trying to figure out how to get a win." The Wizards, who had lost 11 of 13, also got 16 points and 17 rebounds from Marcin Gortat. One night after turning in their worst s